Another busy night of drink-related and violent crime

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WARRINGTON Police had another busy night tackling drink-related and violent crime in the town over the Easter Bank Holiday.

A 35-year-old male was arrested on Knutsford Road in a stolen vehicle and found to be driving with excess alcohol and a positive drugs swipe for Class A and B drugs.

In another incident, a 55-year-old male was arrested on Folly Lane for a domestic assault on his partner. Police have thanked a member of the public who reported the offence.

A 41-year-old male was also arrested at Latchford for an assault that involved the victim losing a tooth. while a 23-year-old male was also arrested for domestic assault and criminal damage, also in the Latchford area.

A 51-year-old male was also arrested at Orford for driving while being unfit through drink and drugs while a 47-year-old was also arrested in the Orford area for breach of a non-molestation order.

A 20-year-old make was also arrested on Bridge Street, Warrington for being drunk and disorderly.

Finally, police also dealt with an incident in the Latchford area earlier today, that resulted in a number of males being detained.

Busy night for police as five arrests for violent crime


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  1. A bit of warm weather and alcohol and the idiots seem to come out of the woodwork. Let’s hope the courts hand out appropriate sentencing to deter others.

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