A PCSO was arrested by colleagues from his own force for drink-driving when he called for back-up after pulling another motorist over, a court heard today.
It was the first week of my first job, and one of my co-workers was showing me around the building.
Body: The tot was discovered by officers after they received a fear for welfare call at around 10am on Thursday The mother of a 20-month-old baby found dead in a house in Bicester is believed to have fled to Kenya.
Walter Brazil, 41, of Collyer Avenue, is due to appear in custody at Worthing Magistrates' Court today.
The Basildon branch of Cure the NHS teamed up with London-based legal firms Leigh Day and Field Fisher Waterhouse to hold a public meeting at The Place in Northlands Pavement, Pitsea , yesterday afternoon.
CONFIRMED : A second man has been arrested in relation to today's stabbings, and the suspect taken away in an ambulance with a police escort.
Rev Mina Smallman has been given the title - which covers Rochford , Basildon , Thurrock and Hadleigh as well as the town itself.
Villagers claim their community is going to be overwhelmed and roads brought to a standstill if plans for a giant industrial park are approved.
A prominent Cotswolds' councillor has launched a scathing attack on government minister Eric Pickles over plans which could see 2,500 more homes built in one area of Cirencester in the next 18 years. Promises of localism and devolved planning powers appear laughable as historic use class boundaries are dismantled countrywide.
An industrial unit in Bloomfield Road was being used to supply illegal drugs with an estimated street value of £3.8 million pounds to drug users all over the world.
The order was secured by CPC Worldwide, which is acting for a number of Harlequin investors seeking around £1.1million, at a private High Court hearing of which the accused couple were not notified.
A NUCLEAR weapons factory has apologised after admitting a health and safety breach after a fire in which a Basingstoke man received burns injuries.
WINCHESTER MP Steve Brine was among three Hampshire Tory MPs today set to defy the Prime Minister by demanding a quickfire referendum on whether Britain should quit the European Union.
Theresa May, Home Secretary, says she believes in protecting the identities of suspects at point of arrest and has asked the newly-formed College of Policing to draw up clearer guidance. Her comments came after Warwickshire Police came under fire for initially refusing to name a retired police officer charged with theft. Lord Leveson's report did not make any substantive recommendations in relation to anonymity so May would like police forces to be aware of this fact.
The Home Secretary has also expressed concern that the refusal of some police forces to name suspects who have been charged undermines transparency in the criminal justice system and risks the possibility that witnesses and other victims might not come forward.