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North-West Evening Mail
Man charged with possession of six-inch kitchen knife in Daltonof a six-inch carving knife. Daniel Thompson William Barker, of Anchor Road, B
Man charged with possession of six-inch kitchen knife in Dalton
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 2 days ago
of a six-inch carving knife. Daniel Thompson William Barker, of Anchor Road, Barrow, appeared before Furness Magistrates' Court yesterday. (26) He was represented at the hearing by defence solicitor Mr Trystan Roberts. It is alleged that on... Read more
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birminghammail
News, weather and travel for Birmingham and the West Midlands on May 26area of Syria controlled by Islamic State are to live with relatives pending de
News, weather and travel for Birmingham and the West Midlands on May 26
birminghammail / Posted 3 days ago
area of Syria controlled by Islamic State are to live with relatives pending decisions about their long-term future, a High Court judge has been told. Lorna Moore, 34, of Walsall, West Midlands, was given a two-and-a-half-year jail term earlier... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Wine bar which served liquid nitrogen cocktail to teenager dodges £100K fineclouds billowed from her mouth and nose and was rushed to hospital for life-sav
Wine bar which served liquid nitrogen cocktail to teenager dodges £100K fine
Daily Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
clouds billowed from her mouth and nose and was rushed to hospital for life-saving surgery to remove her stomach. Preston crown court heard last September that Andrew Dunn, director of Oscar’s Wine Bar Limited in Lancaster, had been warned about... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Blackburn DVD pirate told to pay back £138,000 after selling Game of Thrones box-sets on Ebayfound 11,500 DVDs stacked up in his bedroom when they raided his parents home i
Blackburn DVD pirate told to pay back £138,000 after selling Game of Thrones box-sets on Ebay
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
found 11,500 DVDs stacked up in his bedroom when they raided his parents home in Bromley Street in July 2014, Preston Crown Court was told. And when his accounts were examined by a financial expert, it was found he had sold upwards of 24,100... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Erie County Real Estate transactions$260,000. • 11109 Jane Drive, Gerald Nyle Boshart; Verna Mae Boshart to Brando
Erie County Real Estate transactions
The Buffalo News / Posted 7 days ago
$260,000. • 11109 Jane Drive, Gerald Nyle Boshart; Verna Mae Boshart to Brandon J. Lerner, $174,000. • 11076 John Court, Gretchen Bressler; Thomas F. Bressler Jr. to Michael Rambach; Stephanie Rambach, $85,860. • 11330 Walden Ave., George... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Where are all the speed cameras in Greater Manchester?near Eustace Street, Oldham Speed, A663 Broadway, near Fold Green, Chadderton
Where are all the speed cameras in Greater Manchester?
Manchester Evening News / Posted 8 days ago
near Eustace Street, Oldham Speed, A663 Broadway, near Fold Green, Chadderton Speed, A663 Milnrow Road, near Dunwood Park Court, Oldham Speed, A663, Broadway, near Netherhey Lane, Oldham Speed, A663, Broadway, Near Park View, Oldham Speed, A669... Read more
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Whitehaven News
'Naive' paedophile back before court for disruptive behaviourPears was originally given a community order and told to complete the treatment
'Naive' paedophile back before court for disruptive behaviour
Whitehaven News / Posted 12 days ago
Pears was originally given a community order and told to complete the treatment programme after being sentenced at Carlisle Crown Court in December, 2014. It followed his conviction for three counts of sexual activity with a child. Pears, 21, was... Read more
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The News and Star
Carlisle drug addict locked up despite appealing to judge for helpappealing to a judge for help with his addiction. Nicholas Ronald Graham, 35,
Carlisle drug addict locked up despite appealing to judge for help
The News and Star / Posted 13 days ago
appealing to a judge for help with his addiction. Nicholas Ronald Graham, 35, found himself in the dock at Carlisle Crown Court for carrying a blade which was tucked away inside a pocket diary. Graham claimed the small Stanley knife... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Ian Fraser: Just How Corrupt is The UK?describing countries such as Afghanistan and Nigeria, whose leaders were in Lon
Ian Fraser: Just How Corrupt is The UK?
Naked Capitalism / Posted 13 days ago
describing countries such as Afghanistan and Nigeria, whose leaders were in London for the Anti-Corruption Summit in Lancaster House this week, as “fantastically corrupt”. When Cameron was caught on camera uttering these words in what he... Read more
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The News and Star
Burglar stole straighteners from Carlisle hair saloninitially denied being responsible for the burglary, but eventually pleaded gui
Burglar stole straighteners from Carlisle hair salon
The News and Star / Posted 16 days ago
initially denied being responsible for the burglary, but eventually pleaded guilty to the offence. Judge Tony Lancaster handed down a 27-week jail sentence at Carlisle Crown Court today. He heard Stewart, of Gilsland Road in the... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Judge suspends jail term for dangerous driver who left motorist badly hurtcar slammed into a slow-moving Ford Focus, driven by 61-year-old Colin Cowman,
Judge suspends jail term for dangerous driver who left motorist badly hurt
Whitehaven News / Posted 16 days ago
car slammed into a slow-moving Ford Focus, driven by 61-year-old Colin Cowman, which was thrown on to its roof. Carlisle Crown Court heard Mr Cowman suffered such multiple and serious injuries that he was in hospital for 19 days. He was then... Read more
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The News and Star
Judge suspends jail term for dangerous driver who left motorist badly hurtcar slammed into a slow-moving Ford Fiesta, driven by 61-year-old Colin Cowman,
Judge suspends jail term for dangerous driver who left motorist badly hurt
The News and Star / Posted 16 days ago
car slammed into a slow-moving Ford Fiesta, driven by 61-year-old Colin Cowman, which was thrown on to its roof. Carlisle Crown Court heard Mr Cowman suffered such multiple and serious injuries that he was in hospital for 19 days. He was then... Read more
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The News and Star
Man admits blackmail chargeA man has appeared at Carlisle Crown Court and admitted a charge of blackmail.
Man admits blackmail charge
The News and Star / Posted 16 days ago
A man has appeared at Carlisle Crown Court and admitted a charge of blackmail. Andrew Scantlebury, 32, entered his guilty plea during a brief hearing today before Judge Tony Lancaster. Scantlebury accepted making an unwarranted demand of £3,000... Read more
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birminghammail
News, travel and sport for Birmingham and the West Midlands on May 10Akhtar Musejee, boss of parent firm Phonetec UK Limited, was given three months
News, travel and sport for Birmingham and the West Midlands on May 10
birminghammail / Posted 18 days ago
Akhtar Musejee, boss of parent firm Phonetec UK Limited, was given three months to find the six-figure sum after Birmingham Crown Court decided he had generated a similar account from his crimes. The businessman and Phonetec previously admitted 19... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Five police officers accused of watching and filming people having sexacts. None of the defendants spoke except to confirm their names, ages and add
Five police officers accused of watching and filming people having sex
Daily Mirror / Posted 19 days ago
acts. None of the defendants spoke except to confirm their names, ages and addresses during the short hearing at Sheffield Crown Court, South Yorks. District Judge Naomi Redhouse asked solicitors representing the men whether there was any... Read more
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birminghammail
News, travel and sport for Birmingham and the West Midlands on May 10this afternoon as the accident involving three vehicles which had forced the cl
News, travel and sport for Birmingham and the West Midlands on May 10
birminghammail / Posted 19 days ago
this afternoon as the accident involving three vehicles which had forced the closure of the road heading into the city at Lancaster Circus has now been cleared. M5 northbound J1-M6 J8 - There was an overturned trailer which was blocking a lane... Read more
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The News and Star
Trio deny aggravated burglaryin Penrith. Mark Rowlandson, 29, Andrew Rowlandson, 27, and Kurtis Beech, 30,
Trio deny aggravated burglary
The News and Star / Posted 19 days ago
in Penrith. Mark Rowlandson, 29, Andrew Rowlandson, 27, and Kurtis Beech, 30, appeared in the dock together at Carlisle Crown Court today. During a brief hearing before Judge Tony Lancaster, they each entered not guilty pleas to an allegation... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Letters to the EditorThriving industry Editor: As horse racing’s Triple Crown season gets underway,
Letters to the Editor
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
Thriving industry Editor: As horse racing’s Triple Crown season gets underway, Pennsylvania’s horse racing industry is taking center stage. The 142nd running of the Kentucky Derby featured racehorses bred from only two states, Kentucky and... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
your opinionThriving industry Editor: As horse racing’s Triple Crown season gets underway,
your opinion
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
Thriving industry Editor: As horse racing’s Triple Crown season gets underway, Pennsylvania’s horse racing industry is taking center stage. The 142nd running of the Kentucky Derby featured racehorses bred from only two states, Kentucky and... Read more
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The News and Star
Carlisle man stole £1,000 from his pensioner motherhe then plundered during a fortnight in March. Brand stole £1,022 by making 15
Carlisle man stole £1,000 from his pensioner mother
The News and Star / Posted 19 days ago
he then plundered during a fortnight in March. Brand stole £1,022 by making 15 separate online transactions. At Carlisle Crown Court, Brand, from Carlisle, admitted one count of theft and was sentenced by Judge Tony Lancaster. Beccy McGregor,... Read more
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The News and Star
Carlisle man stole £1,000 from elderly motherhe made a full confession and said he took the money to pay off his drug debts
Carlisle man stole £1,000 from elderly mother
The News and Star / Posted 20 days ago
he made a full confession and said he took the money to pay off his drug debts to Liverpool-based criminals. At Carlisle Crown Court today Brand admitted one count of theft and was sentenced by Judge Tony Lancaster. Imposing the prison term,... Read more
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Leominster Champion
May 6, 2016is taken directly from police logs in Leominster. The people who have been arre
May 6, 2016
Leominster Champion / Posted 24 days ago
is taken directly from police logs in Leominster. The people who have been arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The Leominster Champion welcomes news of acquittals; call (978) 534- 6006. After verification, news of... Read more
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The News and Star
Man caught trying to take knives into Carlisle court buildingA man caught trying to take knives into a court building has been jailed. Chri
Man caught trying to take knives into Carlisle court building
The News and Star / Posted 26 days ago
A man caught trying to take knives into a court building has been jailed. Christopher Richard Hallsall, of Maryport, was found carrying a box of throwing knives he bought as a gift in Blackpool on the day he was due to appear in Carlisle Crown... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Drink-fuelled frenzy thugs jailed for Cumbria attacksin Workington and Whitehaven, leaving their victims suffering from the effects
Drink-fuelled frenzy thugs jailed for Cumbria attacks
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 26 days ago
in Workington and Whitehaven, leaving their victims suffering from the effects of violence. They all appeared at Carlisle Crown Court for sentencing. Hannon was also there to be punished for several other crimes. Judge Tony Lancaster, told them... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Drink-fuelled frenzy thugs jailed for Cumbria attacksWorkington and Whitehaven, leaving their victims suffering from the effects of
Drink-fuelled frenzy thugs jailed for Cumbria attacks
Whitehaven News / Posted 26 days ago
Workington and Whitehaven, leaving their victims suffering from the effects of violence. They all appeared at Carlisle Crown Court for sentencing. Hannon was also there to be punished for several other crimes. Judge Tony Lancaster, told them... Read more
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The News and Star
Tearful criminal jailed after blowing final chancetold him he had "flagrantly" ignored the conditions designed to help him stay o
Tearful criminal jailed after blowing final chance
The News and Star / Posted 27 days ago
told him he had "flagrantly" ignored the conditions designed to help him stay out of prison. He appeared at the city's crown court to be sentenced on two shoplifting charges. In February he was given an eight-month suspended sentence for drink... Read more
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Bolton News
JAILED: Mum-of-3 who glassed woman at pub after incident between their children at BBQfor four years after a jury convicted her of glassing another mother following
JAILED: Mum-of-3 who glassed woman at pub after incident between their children at BBQ
Bolton News / Posted 27 days ago
for four years after a jury convicted her of glassing another mother following an incident between their children. Bolton Crown Court heard how victim Rebecca Winnard was smashed in the face with a glass by drunken Gemma Simpson in an unprovoked... Read more
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Bolton News
Barbecue grudge woman jailed for glass attackfor four years after a jury convicted her of glassing another mother following
Barbecue grudge woman jailed for glass attack
Bolton News / Posted 27 days ago
for four years after a jury convicted her of glassing another mother following an incident between their children. Bolton Crown Court heard how victim Rebecca Winnard was smashed in the face with a glass by drunken Gemma Simpson in an unprovoked... Read more
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The News and Star
Drink-fuelled frenzy thugs jailed for Cumbria attacksWorkington and Whitehaven, leaving their victims suffering from the effects of
Drink-fuelled frenzy thugs jailed for Cumbria attacks
The News and Star / Posted 28 days ago
Workington and Whitehaven, leaving their victims suffering from the effects of violence. They all appeared at Carlisle Crown Court for sentencing. Hannon was also there to be punished for several other crimes. Judge Tony Lancaster, told them... Read more
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Daily Star
OAP jailed after cops find missile launcher, shells and Al-Capone violin case Tommy Gun78-year-old’s huge gun collection filling every room of his house, and an Army
OAP jailed after cops find missile launcher, shells and Al-Capone violin case Tommy Gun
Daily Star / Posted 29 days ago
78-year-old’s huge gun collection filling every room of his house, and an Army lorry was needed to remove everything. A court was told the RAF vet was secretary of the Tameside Gun Club for nearly 40 years and was given a service medal in the... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Gun-obsessed 78-old hoarded terrifying arsenal of illegal weapons and ammoit. But Jones, described by his lawyer as ‘a good man’, has now been jailed fo
Gun-obsessed 78-old hoarded terrifying arsenal of illegal weapons and ammo
Manchester Evening News / Posted 30 days ago
it. But Jones, described by his lawyer as ‘a good man’, has now been jailed for two years at Manchester’s Minshull Street Crown Court after admitting charges of possessing prohibited weapons. Prosecutor Henry Blackshaw revealed that there was one... Read more
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The Advocate
Ascension Civil Cases for April 4-8, 2016Court cases filed in Ascension Parish between April 4-8. CIVIL SUITS Amber Si
Ascension Civil Cases for April 4-8, 2016
The Advocate / Posted 30 days ago
Court cases filed in Ascension Parish between April 4-8. CIVIL SUITS Amber Simon and Jason Simon v. Big E Transportation LLC, Westfield Insurance Co., Shelter Mutual Insurance Co. and Frank Robinson, damages. Cach LLC v. Veronica J. Emmanuel,... Read more
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walesonline
What became of Welsh rugby's biggest clubs after the game went regionalago they faced being wound up after being left with having to pay the WRU’s £16
What became of Welsh rugby's biggest clubs after the game went regional
walesonline / Posted a month ago
ago they faced being wound up after being left with having to pay the WRU’s £160,000 legal bill for their failed High Court case. The club’s executive chairman Peter Jeffreys saved them from the brink ploughing £100,000 into their survival... Read more
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The News and Star
Burglar caught in the actA COURT has heard how a burglar was caught red-handed as he scoured sheds in se
Burglar caught in the act
The News and Star / Posted a month ago
A COURT has heard how a burglar was caught red-handed as he scoured sheds in search of something to steal. A police officer watched as 32-year-old David Wallace scaled a wall to enter the grounds of a house at Mossbay Road in Workington. Wallace,... Read more

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