Monday Jul 7
E fit of man wanted in relation to Ockendon assault
POLICE have released an e-fit image of a man they are tracing after a woman was punched in the face "several times" while in her car.
Police release e-fit of passenger who attacked driver
THIS is the man police are trying to trace after he repeatedly punched a driver in what could be a random attack.
Tony's Cafe in South Ockendon
A COUNCIL department has been accused of putting a town market at risk after an "informal" phone call led to traders announcing they were packing up for good.
Road closed after female driver attacked by passenger travelling in another car
A MOTORIST was punched in the face "several times" during a vicious attack by a man who had been travelling in a car behind.
a New scheme targeting alcohol misuse and anti-social behaviour is to be launched in South Ockendon.
The campaign's launch follows on from the success enjoyed by the Corringham Community Alcohol Partnership - made up of council agencies, Essex Police and local off licence retailers.
Teen in hospital after being run over by van driver in early morning row
Police believe the man then got in to his van and ran the 19-year-old boy over, before speeding off.
Echo: Police have criticised the lack of response to appeals about the murder of Anowar Tagabo
Police believe the van owner then got in to his vehicle and ran the 19-year-old boy over before driving off.
Vandals trash nursery school garden...again
NURSERY staff have condemned the "mindless vandalism" which left a children's garden wrecked for the third time in as many years.
Kerry Dedman-Brown outside her South Ockendon home
Intruders got into Kerry Dedman-Brown's house, in Cedar Rise, South Ockendon, and grabbed the keys to the silver Mazda MX-5 Arizona, and a "thunder grey" Ford Titanium X last Wednesday, while the family were asleep.
Another Thurrock primary school is heading in the right direction
Kevin Imbush, Somers Heath head teacher, centre, with Carmel Littleton, council director for children's services, left and John Kent, right A SCHOOL that was told it needs to improve during Ofsted's blitz of the borough earlier this year is moving in the right direction.