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South Holland traders ready for pre-Christmas shoplifting surge

Traders in Spalding and Holbeach are on guard for the traditional, pre-Christmas surge in shoplifting.

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Chief Inspector Daniel Whyment of Lincolnshire Police, chairman of the Hate Crime Delivery Group.  Photo by David Dawson.

Hate crime survey is launched for Lincolnshire

A survey is being carried out in South Holland and across Lincolnshire to help the police and other organisations tackle hate crime.

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Witnesses sought to collision between vehicle and bike

Witnesses sought to collision between vehicle and bike

Police are appealing for witnesses to an accident in Spalding.

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Sarah Marie Smith

Have you seen missing Sarah?

Police are appealing for a woman with links to Spalding to contact them.

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Lincoln Magistrates Court

WEEKEND WEB: Who has been before the bench?

The following decisions have been made by magistrates at court hearings. In all drink-drive cases, the legal limit is 35 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, 80 milligrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood or 107 milligrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of urine. Addresses of defendants published here are taken from the legal records held by the magistrates’ courts. V/S means victim surcharge.

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Police seize the dogs of suspected hare coursers in Sutton St James.

Police seize suspected hare coursers’ dogs

Four people believed to be involved in hare coursing in Sutton St James were stopped by officers and forced to surrender their dogs.

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Police release latest ‘use of force’ figures

Police release latest ‘use of force’ figures

More than 130 Lincs police officers have been physically assaulted in the past six months.

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Boston Magistrates' Court

Fleet man had thousands of indecent images of children

A Fleet man has been sent to crown court for sentence after admitting offences relating to making, distributing and possessing thousands of indecent images of children.

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Donington woman stored BB gun in case she had ‘trouble with men’

A Donington woman told police she was carrying a BB gun for protection in case she ‘had trouble with men on the streets’, a court has been told.

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Police incident tape.

Did you see big, bald dirty man in Deeping St James yesterday?

Police are appealing for witnesses to an assault in Deeping St James yesterday afternoon (Wednesday October 18).

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Lincs police on Operation Galileo patrol

Hare coursers sighted in South Holland

Residents are being asked to keep an eye out for a vehicle which may have been used by hare coursers this morning (Thursday October 19).

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Former teacher Guy Salmon who died in a car crash

Tributes paid to Bourne man killed in A15 crash

The family of 67 year-old Guy Salmon, who died in a collision on the A15 at Rippingale on October 11 have issued a tribute.

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Dean Edwards

Pervert who abused young girl loses appeal against conviction

A pervert who is serving an eight-year prison sentence for abusing a young girl failed in a Court of Appeal bid to clear his name yesterday (Wednesday).

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Fly tipping in Deeping St Nicholas

Fly tipping in Deeping St Nicholas

This fly-tip was found in New Road, Deeping St Nicholas.

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A mini-digger like this one was stolen from Sutton St James.

Mini-digger stolen from Sutton St James

A mini-digger like the one pictured above was stolen from Sutton St James on Monday night.

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Marc Jones, Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire, speaks at Crowland Royal British Legion Hall during a public meeting in August.  Photo by Tim Wilson. 
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Invitation to help create a new victims’ policy for Lincolnshire

People who have been impacted by crime in South Holland and the Deepings are being asked to help improve the services available to them.

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Chief Superintendent Mark Housley, force lead on rural crime for Lincolnshire Police.  Photo supplied.

More hare coursing arrests in Lincolnshire

A series of arrests have been made in South Holland and Lincolnshire as part of an annual crackdown on hare coursing across the county.

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Driver charged after two Spalding women die in drain plunge

Driver charged after two Spalding women die in drain plunge

Two Spalding women died when the car they were travelling in plunged into a water-filled drain on Friday morning (October 13).

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Warning following Whaplode burglaries

Warning following Whaplode burglaries

Police are warning Whaplode residents to ensure their homes and outbuildings are secure following a recent series of burglaries.

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