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Mansfield and District Crime Report

Alert message sent 13/07/2017 13:04:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

MANSFIELD AND DISTRICT – 7 DAYS TO THURSDAY 13th July 2017. (Sent on behalf of Mansfield District Commander Nick Butler).

 

Crimes reported over the past 7 days, 12:00 6th July - 12:00 13th July 2017.

Only those areas with reported crimes are listed.

 

Berry Hill

 

Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:

A car parked in the cemetery car park was damaged on Tuesday morning after offenders smashed a window, no entry was gained.

 

Broomhill

 

Burglary other than dwelling:

A shed belonging to an allotment on Broomhill Lane was broken into overnight on Tuesday. A saw, a generator and gardening equipment were stolen.

 

Church Warsop

 

Theft from a motor vehicle:

The bonnet and grill of a car parked on Netherfield Lane were damaged in the early hours of Thursday 13th and car parts taken from the vehicle.

 

Cumberlands

 

Theft from a motor vehicle:

Overnight on Saturday the window of a car parked on Townroe Drive was smashed and the radio was stolen.

 

Overnight on Sunday a car parked on Birks Road was broken into. The window was smashed and a bank card was stolen from the vehicle.

 

Forest Town West

 

Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:

On Friday evening a car parked on First Avenue was deliberately scratched.

 

Forest Town West

 

Theft from a motor vehicle:

Overnight on Sunday a car parked on Deepdale Road was entered by means unknown and a TomTom sat-nav stolen along with some work ID cards.

 

Ladybrook

 

Burglary dwelling:

Overnight on Monday a house on Beardall Street was entered after the residents had left the front door unlocked. Wallets were taken, along with the car keys which were then used to steal the car.

 

Leeming

 

Burglary dwelling:

In the early hours of Tuesday morning a resident of Leeming Lane North witnessed two males walking up the driveway and apparently trying the door to the property. They were then witnessed moving onto Harby Avenue.

 

Oak Tree

 

Burglary dwelling:

In the early hours of Thursday morning an attempt was made to enter a house on Beeley Close. A window was damaged but entry was not gained.

 

Pleasley Hill

 

Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:

In the early hours of Monday morning a car parked on Kingfisher Road was sprayed with paint.

 

Portland

 

Theft of a motor vehicle:

A silver Jet50 Basix motorcycle parked on Derby Street was stolen overnight on Thursday 6th.

 

Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:

On Tuesday morning two vehicles parked on Sheepbridge Lane were deliberately scratched along one side.

 

The wing mirror of a car parked on Victoria Street was smashed on Tuesday afternoon.

 

Priory

 

Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:

In the early hours of Sunday morning an attempt was made to enter a caravan parked on the Old Mill Lane industrial estate. A secure compound was entered and an attempt made to prise open the door of the vehicle.

 

Ravensdale

 

Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:

On Friday a car parked on Elm Tree Street was damaged. Offenders smashed the rear windscreen and dented the bodywork of the vehicle.

 

The wing mirror of a car parked on Recreation Street was smashed on Saturday night.

 

On Monday morning a resident of Pickard Street discovered that her fuel pipe had been deliberately cut.

 

Robin Hood

 

Burglary dwelling:

On Tuesday afternoon the keys were removed from the front door of a property on Manor Road. The resident had left the keys inside the door, with the door slightly ajar.

 

Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:

On Friday evening a taxi was damaged on Lawrence Avenue after a dispute with the driver.

 

Sherwood

 

Burglary dwelling:

On the evening of Thursday 6th a house on Newcastle Street was broken into after offenders broke a window at the property.

 

Town Centre

 

Theft of a motor vehicle:

On Monday afternoon an attempt was made to steal a moped parked on Rosemary Street. Five young males in a stolen car stopped intending to steal the bike, they drove away when challenged. On the same afternoon a black Honda MTX motorcycle was stolen from a car park on Rosemary Street.

 

Theft from a motor vehicle:

On Saturday night the sat-nav was stolen from a lorry which was delivering to a town centre store on St. Peter’s retail park.

 

An overnight bag containing clothes, hair straighteners and other items was stolen from a car parked in a town centre car park on Wednesday morning after a window was broken in the vehicle. The window of a second vehicle was damaged in the incident, nothing was taken in that instance.

 

Warsop Birklands

 

Burglary dwelling:

The window of a house on Briars Lane was forced open on Saturday night. Two handbags containing cards and purses were taken, two sets of car keys were also stolen although the vehicles were not taken. A house on Reef Close was also broken into over the weekend while the owners were away. Offenders smashed the patio window to enter, a laptop, two mobile phones and jewellery were taken.

 

Other News/Appeals:

Summer drink and drug driving arrests

A total of 121 drivers were arrested on suspicion of drink or drug-driving during a summer campaign. Fifteen of these were for alleged drug-driving and 106 for alleged drink-driving.

The arrests by Nottinghamshire Police were in support of this year’s National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) Summer Drink Drug Drive Campaign, which ran throughout the entire month of June.

Every driver involved in a collision was breath tested as part of the investigation, irrespective of whether alcohol is suspected or not.

Similarly all drivers stopped for a moving traffic offence were also breath tested.

During the latest campaign, the highest evidential reading we had was 153 microgrammes of alcohol in 100ml of breath - over four times the legal limit of 35mg. This was a man who received a three-year driving ban and 16 weeks suspended imprisonment. The next highest was 127mg, the driver was banned for three years and required to undergo an Alcohol Treatment Programme.

The figures for previous years' campaigns in Nottinghamshire were:

  • June 2016: 119 arrests (three for drugs - 116 for alcohol).
  • June 2015: 125 arrests (seven for drugs - 118 for alcohol).
  • June 2014: 120 arrests (two for drugs - 118 for alcohol).
  • June 2013: 130 arrests (two for drugs - 128 for alcohol).

Chief Inspector Andrew Hall, Roads Policing lead for East Midlands Operational Support Service (EMOpSS), said: "Drink and drug-drivers will not be tolerated on Nottinghamshire's roads. Sadly, the results of the summer campaign show that people are still prepared to put the lives of other road users and themselves at risk while under the influence. Although the summer campaign has now finished, our officers will be working all year round to tackle the issue.

"If you suspect someone you know is about to drive while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, we would encourage you ask to stop them. You should also report this to us. Putting pressure on those who drive while under the influence could avoid putting other people in danger."

 

Message ends.

Inspector Nick Butler

Mansfield District Commander

Message sent by
Jill Fearick (Police, NHWN, Staff 7338, Mansfield Woodhouse (Mansfield North)

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