Nina Caroline Smith, 39, was handed a prison sentence after pleading guilty to a string of thefts, assaults and public order offences in the town. Smith, of no fixed address, was charged in connection with an assault, a public order offence and shoplifting in March 2019. She was also charged with another incident of shoplifting […]
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It happened between 5pm on Wednesday 3 July and 8.45am on Thursday 4 July 2019 at Harrier Court, Airfield Industrial Estate, Elvington, and involved persons cutting into a commercial property and removing stock from within, taking between £10,000 and £20,000 worth of blenders, juicers and dehydrators. The stolen items include: We are requesting the public’s […]
It happened on Falsgrave Road between the junctions with Scalby Road and Seamer Road. The incident is believed to have occurred between 4pm on Friday 28 June 2019 and 9.30am on Tuesday 2 July 2019, and involved the door to a local business being damaged. We are requesting the public’s assistance to help establish the […]
It happened on Saturday 15 June 2019 between midnight and 00:30hrs in the area between the High Street shops and Holme Hill areas and resulted in the victim sustaining serious facial injuries. A man and woman in their twenties have been arrested and released on police bail. Several witnesses have already come forward however police […]
“We are aware of residents’ concerns about incidents of anti-social behaviour in the Pickering area and I’d like to reassure them that we are working hard to deal with the situation. “There are different approaches we can take to deal with anti-social behaviour, ranging from voluntary Acceptable Behaviour Contracts through to issuing dispersal orders and […]
Terri Middleton, a Senior Constable from Greymouth, works in a prevention role in partnership with schools on the West Coast of South Island and has been a police officer for 27 years. Terri was awarded funding through the Woolf Fisher Police Fellowship to visit international counterparts to learn about school lockdown procedures, find out about […]