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Naked man arrested in garden shed at Lymm during busy night for police

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WARRINGTON police were kept busy over night with a variety of mainly drink and drug related crimes, including finding a naked man in a garden shed at Lymm early this morning.

The incident occured at 0607 hours when a police officer arrested a male for alleged Public Order after he was found naked in a resident’s shed in the Lymm area and then became abusive when being removed.

His Sunday morning got worse after he was allegedly found with a Controlled Drug of Class A in his sock after being booked into custody.

Earlier on Saturday evening at 1755 hours a male was arrested for an allegation of Exposure after he was found on a rather busy Winwick Road with no trousers!

Then at 2145 hours a juvenile male was arrested outside a care home in the Fairfield and Howley area, for an allegation of Possession of a Bladed Article and Threatening Behaviour.

At 2153 hours a male was arrested in Fairfield and Howley for Failing to Appear at Warrington Magistrates Court accused of a Breach of Court Order.

Then 0003 hours a male was arrested at Warrington Hospital for an alleged Drunk and Disorderly and Racially Aggravated Public Order.

At 0200 hours a female was arrested on Barbauld Street in the town centre for an alleged Assault on her partner.

At 0240 hours a male was arrested in the Poplars and Hulme area for an allegation of Public Order directed to the occupants of an address.

Then at 0308 hours a male was arrested for an allegation of Drunk and Disorderly on Barbauld Street in the Town Centre.

At 0329 hours a male was arrested in the Latchford area for an allegation of Domestic Assault and Damage.

At 0450 hours a male was arrested on Bridge Street for Possession of a Controlled Drug of Class A – he is also alleged to have tried to give false details.

Then at 0540 hours a male was arrested for an allegation of Threatening Behaviour in the Grappenhall area.

At 0555 hours a male was arrested for an allegation of Criminal Damage at the Taxi Office on Crown Street in the Town Centre.

All were kept in custody.

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