Appeal to Locate Missing Person - Ella Parnell, Leeds

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Wednesday, 20 January 2021 

Police are appealing for information on Ella Parnell, who has been reported missing from her home in Leeds. 

Ella, who is 16 and is about 5ft 8ins tall, was last seen at her home at about 10pm yesterday (Tuesday). 

She is believed to be wearing navy blue jeans and a knee length black padded coat with a fur hood. 

Enquiries are continuing to locate Ella and anyone who can assist is asked to contact police in Leeds on 101 or by using the contact options on the West Yorkshire Police website. 

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Source:: West Yorkshire Police News

Kirklees Man Jailed For Rape And Sexual Assault

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Wednesday 20 January, 2021

A Kirklees man has been jailed for 11 years after being found guilty of seriously sexually assaulting a woman he threatened with a knife.

Lukasz Janczura (36) from Birkby was sentenced at Leeds Crown Court on Tuesday January 19 after being found guilty at a trial in December of offences including rape and sexual assault and possession of knife.

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Source:: West Yorkshire Police News

Have you seen stolen Land Rover?

Witnesses are being sought following the theft of a vehicle from an address in Sharpham this week. A burglary occurred at a residential address in Sharpham Drove at about 4-5pm on Monday 18 January and a dark grey Land Rover Defender stolen. It has a registered ’15’ number plate and has a black interior with a spare wheel on the back. CCTV and house-to-house enquiries are being carried out.


Source:: Avon & Somerset Police News

VIDEO: Dangerous driving, Cornwall

Devon and Cornwall Police has released dashcam footage of a police chase in Cornwall which shows a disqualified and uninsured drug driver reaching speeds of 122mph and swerving across a busy road.

The car, a blue Honda Civic driven by 23-year-old Charlie Powell, lead police on a 15-mile pursuit on the A30 between Carland Cross and Bodmin on June 18, 2020.

The road was wet and officers said Powell’s “aggressive and very dangerous” driving nearly led to collisions with other vehicles on the road.

The car was first spotted by officers travelling eastbound on the A30 near Carland Cross at around 70mph.

Police followed the car which initially appeared to be pulling into a layby to stop.  However, Powell’s vehicle then sped up and drove out of the layby and back onto the A30.

The officers pursued the car which went on to hit speeds of over 120mph with Powell narrowly avoiding other cars on the road and nearly losing control of the vehicle.

Powell’s car was eventually stopped after police deployed a stinger and used tactical contact to force the vehicle off the road at Launceston Road in Bodmin.

Powell, of Lisson Grove, Plymouth, was arrested and subsequently charged with dangerous driving, failing to stop, driving whilst disqualified, drug driving and driving without insurance.

He pleaded guilty to all charges at Truro Crown Court on January 8, 2021 where he was sentenced to 9 months imprisonment (suspended for 2 years) and disqualified from driving for 2 years, after which he will have to take an extended test.

Sgt Steven Hawkins of the Alliance Roads Policing Team said: “Devon and Cornwall Police have made the decision to release this video, to allow the public to see that we have a highly trained Alliance Roads Policing Team that will not tolerate criminality on our roads.

“While our main focus is always to prevent a pursuit from occurring, in dynamic situations like this we will use all of our training to react accordingly, and achieve a safe resolution while bringing offenders to justice.”

Source:: Devon and Cornwall Police News

Officers acting on public tip-off seize cannabis plants worth £90k

Neighbourhood officers acting on intelligence provided by the community yesterday found and seized 90 cannabis plants. Officers from the Southmead Beat Team attended an address on Pen Park Road, Bristol, after suspicions were raised by members of the public and discovered the plants – which have an estimated street value of £90,000 – growing in two garden sheds. The plants have been seized and…


Source:: Avon & Somerset Police News