A man has been arrested after eight ambulances were damaged in Kent, forcing them out of service as medics across the UK contend with the spread of coronavirus.The 47-year-old from Ramsgate, Thanet, was detained on Wednesday morning on suspicion of causing criminal damage on two dates last month.
Mark Manley, 35, of no fixed address, was jailed for six months at Croydon Magistrates' Court for stealing personal protective equipment (PPE) from an ambulance.
Harvey Waterfield died after suffering a single stab wound to the back during the attack in Dudley, West Midlands.
Hashem Abedi denied being a part of his older brother Salman’s plans to build a suicide bomb and detonate it in the packed Manchester Arena foyer.
Kevin Lemm, 37, attacked the 60-year-old woman as she walked home from a pub in Castleford, West Yorkshire.
Emma Langford had to be handcuffed and strapped to her seat after the confrontation, which a court heard started when she was denied a drink.
He carried out his attacks by convincing his victims to take part in a “spiritual bathing” ritual, which he told them would “cleanse” them of evil spirits.
Gilbert Khoo transported millions of the rare elvers from London to Hong Kong between 2015 and 2017.
North Yorkshire Police posted the warning on its fraud awareness Facebook page after someone reported receiving a phishing email offering a tax rebate connected to coronavirus.
The 21-year-old police constable, who works in Frontline Policing for the Met, was arrested at an address in north London which is currently being searched.
Their victim “found that no effective action” was taken by authorities to stop the abuse she suffered, the trial heard.
The raiders took cash before making off, and the elderly woman was taken to hospital suffering shock and bruising to her face.
Sharn Miles, 20, and Ty Blake, 19, shot James Teer, 20, in the face at point blank range with a shotgun in August 2019 in Birmingham.
Lord Holmes of Richmond – whose name is Christopher Holmes – is accused of touching the alleged victim at a central London hotel on 7 March, 2019.
Twenty people have been charged with violent disorder at a rally held by Tommy Robinson during his campaign to be elected to the European Parliament.Violence broke out after a large group of men calling themselves the Muslim Defence League (MDL) converged on the event in Oldham on 18 May.
Bradley Smith filmed a sleeping child and had possession of 3,500 indecent images of young people dating back to 2011, York Crown Court heard.