Simon Dennis has been appointed the police commissioner’s chief officer. Mr Dennis says he is prepared to tackle senior officers but a former head of the North Yorkshire Police Federation says he’ll take the force “back to the dark days”.
A former head of the North Yorkshire Police Federation has launched a withering attack on the appointment of the police commissioner’s chief officer, saying it would take the force “back to the dark days”. Mike Stubbs, who was chair of North Yorkshire Police...
There have been reports of vandalism, anti-social behaviour and physical assaults in Bilton over the past few months. Resident Andrew Hart told the Stray Ferret that lockdown and a “lack of police presence” are to blame for the rise in crime.
Daniel Ainsley, 23, who is accused of murdering Mark Wolsey, 48, on Mayfield Grove last month, did not enter a plea. His trial will take place at Leeds Crown Court on October 18.
The girl was approached by a group of six or seven youths on the iron bridge behind Woodfield Primary School at 5.50pm on Sunday.
A woman near Harrogate and a man in Ripon were caught almost three times over the drink-drive limit by police during the four-day weekend. Elsewhere, a motorbike passenger in Pateley Bridge had to be airlifted to hospital with serious injuries.
North Yorkshire Police told a press briefing today it did not issue any fines at last week’s gatherings on the Stray, even though many people did not follow the rule of six.
In one incident, two men were arrested after being found with 26 bags of suspected MDMA, also known as ecstasy, and cocaine in a pizza box.
North Yorkshire Police today issued a rather grainy CCTV image of a person wearing a mask, who they hope to speak to about the incident.
A man from Doncaster has been jailed for 11 years today after targeting nine cash machines in a spate of crimes across Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire. One of these was the Co-op in Starbeck.
North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue attended the incident last night and believes the fire was set deliberately.
Gary Bowes of Killinghall admitted the charge of dangerous driving. The court heard how he drove at high speeds in residential areas of Harrogate and Knaresborough and twice drove at the police car that was chasing him.
The timber reportedly fell off a van. North Yorkshire Police is now looking for the driver of the van, who failed to stop after the crash and continued to drive towards Ripon city centre.