Fatal Collision Cornwood

At approximately 5.47pm on Friday 19th July 2019 Police were informed of a road traffic collision on an Unnamed Road, Moor Cross, Cornwood involving a motorcycle and car.

The motorcyclist, a 43 year old male was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Specialist officers from the Devon and Cornwall Police’s Alliance Roads Policing Team attended along with a Forensic Collision Investigator and Scenes of Crime Officer.

A full investigation of the scene took place and officers are working to establish the cause of this collision.

Police would like to thank the public for their patience while they investigated the scene and are appealing for any witnesses of this collision to telephone 101 quoting Log 684 19/07/19.

Source:: Devon and Cornwall Police News

Appeal: Fatal Road Traffic Collision, Haw Park Lane, Wakefield

Friday 19 July, 2019

Police are appealing for information following a fatal road traffic collision in Wakefield.

The collision happened at around 11:25am on Friday 19 July, on Haw Park Lane near to it’s with junction with Chevet Lane.

A red Vauxhall Corsa was travelling on Haw Park Lane towards Ryhill when it was in collision with a railway bridge.

The 18-year-old male driver suffered serious injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Enquiries are ongoing.

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Do you know this man?

Do you know this man? Officers looking for missing 17-year-old Kaleigha McNaul are appealing for information about a man she was seen with in Strelley. Kaleigha was reported missing from the Aspley area at around 9.30am on Friday 5 July 2019, and is described as a light skinned, mixed race female of slim build and is around 5ft 6ins tall. She’s also described as having distinctive long blonde curly hair which she usually wears in a bun. She also often wears large hoop earrings. The pair were spotted at around 4:15pm on Monday 15 July in the Barwell Drive area.

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Man sentenced for drug supply in South Devon

A 49-year-old man from Paignton has been sentenced to four years and one month in prison for supplying drugs in South Devon.

Paul Freeman, of Winner Street, pleaded guilty to the charges at Exeter Crown Court and was sentenced on Friday 19 July.

On 15 June 2019, Police executed a Misuse of Drugs Act warrant at an address in Dawlish where they located a large quantity of controlled drugs in the freezer and in the wardrobe. Over £2000 in cash was also located and seized.

During a further search of Freeman’s home address, assets including drug wraps were located and seized by officers.

Heroin totalling a street value of £119,000, equal to nearly 12,000 street deals, was seized during the operation.

Freeman was arrested in Dawlish and later charged with possession with intent to supply class A drugs and offences under the Proceeds of Crime Act.

Paul Freeman appeared at Exeter Crown Court on Thursday 18 July where he pled guilty to the charges. He was sentenced at court to four years and one month in prison of Friday 19 July.

A police spokesperson said: “This is another great outcome the Proactive team and another drug dealer off the streets of South Devon. As ever, we will continue to pursue those who exploit the vulnerable and supply drugs in our local communities.”

Source:: Devon and Cornwall Police News