A police “superdog” has been praised by a distressed member of the public after helping to find her keys which had been lost on a rural walk.
A specialist Norfolk policing team set up to identify, disrupt and catch criminals on the county’s roads is celebrating its 500th arrest less than a year after being set up in the east of the county.
A woman was violently attacked and then lost her pet puppy which was killed by a passing car during the assault, a court heard.
A police chief has voiced “real concern” about flocks of people descending on the coast this bank holiday weekend in light of the recent easing of coronavirus lockdown measures.
A woman whose 20-year-old son was stabbed to death at a 21st birthday party has been spared jail after she admitted drugs offences.
The case of a man accused of assaulting a police officer had to be adjourned after he was “savaged” by a dog.
A man was found with several hundred text messages relating to dealing cannabis, when police raided a property in Great Yarmouth, a court has heard.
A man tried to fund his wife’s treatment for breast cancer by getting involved in a cannabis factory, a court has heard.
A man has admitted getting away with cash after he used a meat cleaver to help hold up a Norfolk store.
A member of the public has been thanked for her “lovely gesture” after a message thanking the police was left on a patrol car.
A street dealer told police officers he had found drugs and some weighing scales in a park, a court has heard.
A woman who attacked two police officers while being arrested, resulting in one of them being seriously hurt, has had her sentencing hearing adjourned.
The Queen has praised the country’s response to the coronavirus outbreak in a moving message to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
The public have been urged to continue to abide by the current coronavirus lockdown restrictions despite the prime minister being expected to announce an easing of measures on Sunday.
A Norfolk police chief has urged people to continue with their “sterling efforts” to stop the spread of coronavirus despite the expected announcement of an easing of lockdown measures this weekend.
A person has had a ring removed by firefighters.
A man who was due to be sentenced after he admitted a raft of crimes, including supplying Class A drugs, has had his case adjourned.
The boss of a charity that supports children with disabilities said a paedophile who tricked them into letting him drive on a European trip had no access to any children or young people.
A convicted sex offender tricked a charity which supports children with disabilities into letting him drive a bus on a European “jail break” jaunt.
A man who has battled an “entrenched” drug addiction for more than 40 years was caught by police with a county lines burner phone going off in his pocket, a court has heard.
Norfolk Police Federation has hit out at the “awful and abhorrent” practice of offenders coughing and spitting at police officers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Families of NHS and social care staff who die from coronavirus in the course of “essential frontline work” will receive a £60,000 payment, it has been revealed.
A drug-fuelled driver smashed into a telegraph pole and three parked cars after jumping a red light and driving on the wrong side of the road, a court has heard.
A man who was charged following a large street fight involving about 20 people is to face no further action, it has emerged.
The education secretary said he recognises the challenges families will be facing during the coronavirus lockdown, but insisted he could not give parents a date when children would be going back to school.
A man is to be sentenced after he admitted a raft of crimes, including supplying Class A drugs.
Councils across the country are to get more cash to help the most vulnerable in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, it has been announced.
A man who pleaded guilty to a charge of inflicting grievous bodily harm on another person has been warned that a custodial sentence is “inevitable”.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of drugs offences and dangerous driving following a police pursuit.
Norfolk’s chief constable has urged people to continue to stay at home in a bid to help save lives and ease pressure on the NHS in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
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