A disgruntled employee hatched a plan to burn down his former workplace causing £600,000 in damage and loss of business, a court heard.
Armed police officers stormed a Great Yarmouth flat to arrest a London gang member after reports he was “off his head” with a loaded sub-machine gun.
A drunken man who brandished a pair of scissors at a group of children in Great Yarmouth was told by a judge he should be “thoroughly ashamed” of himself.
A man caused a Great Yarmouth nightspot to be evacuated when he set off a self-defence aerosol spray, a court heard.
A jury hearing the trial of a Blofield glazier accused of causing serious injury by dangerous driving when part of a sheet of glass sheared off and smashed into another car has heard closing speeches.
A woman and her daughter suffered life-changing injuries when part of a large sheet of glass smashed into the windscreen of their Rover 75 on the Acle Straight, a court heard.
The owner of a popular riverside pub and restaurant faces a ban from managing his own food business and has been ordered to pay more than £3,000 after inspectors found a host of hygiene breaches.
A company has admitted one health and safety breach after an accident in which four Suffolk men were crushed to death six years ago.
A woman falsely claimed benefits totalling nearly £39,000 when she lied about her large amount of savings, a court heard.
A man who crashed a van containing up to £142,000-worth of cannabis has been ordered to pay back £1.
Two men involved in drug dealing in Great Yarmouth have been given jail terms totalling more than nine years.
A man, who held up a Gorleston pharmacy using an imitation gun, offered to go back and apologise after he was captured by police.
A man posed as a teenager on a chat website to try to get two young girls from America to send him explicit photos, a court heard.
Great Yarmouth shoplifter who was part of a “professional gang” jailed
A 66 year-old man, said by a judge to have “lined his own pockets” after he falsely claimed nearly £40,000 benefits, has been given a seven month suspended jail sentence.
A woman, who broke into a home on Christmas Eve while the occupants were asleep, has been jailed for 18 months by a judge, who called the offence “mean.”
A man tried to con a vulnerable 78-year-old pensioner with learning difficulties into handing over £12,000 for non-existent building work carried out at his Great Yarmouth home, a court heard.
A homeless man broke into a Great Yarmouth church, causing £1,000 worth of damage, a court heard.
A motorist drove at speeds of 100mph along the A47 Acle Straight putting other drivers’ lives at risk, a court heard.
A robber, who was part of a gang who carried out a “professional and planned” raid on Great Yarmouth jewellers, escaping with valuables worth more than £5000, has been jailed for three years.
A man has been jailed 18 months after he crashed a van at the A47, near Blofield, only for police to turn up and find a cannabis haul with a street value of more than £106,000 hidden in the back.
A man, who sought solace in chatroom sites, attempted to engage in sexual activity a girl he thought was 11, a court heard.
A trusted carer narrowly escaped going straight to jail for the “despicable” theft of £2,500 from a multiple sclerosis sufferer, who is paralysed from the neck down.
A hotelier, who was involved with others in a conspiracy to steal hundreds of pounds worth of goods from the B and Q branch, in Great Yarmouth, has been given a six month suspended jail term.
A children’s party organiser, who raped a young girl in the Great Yarmouth area, has been jailed for 17 years and placed on the sex offender’s register for life.
A Great Yarmouth drug dealer fled from police after he was spotted dumping a package containing cocaine and £980 in cash in a bush, a court heard.
A Great Yarmouth man, who sparked a police hunt when he absconded while on remand, has been warned he faces a “considerable sentence” after he admitted attempted rape.
An uninsured driver clocked going speeds of over 100mph rammed a police car and evaded a stinger device in the road, before he was finally arrested when he crashed his car, near Filby, a court heard.
A judge said that people had a right to use public transport in safety after he jailed a pensioner he called an “old drunk” who groped a young schoolgirl and a woman while travelling on a bus.
A young man stopped by police as he was trying to get to an illegal rave at East Somerton, was found with drugs he planned to sell, a court heard.
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