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22nd September 2017

Issue 1488

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New headlines since the last newsletter was issued...

Click for The KP Appeals - Missing People Webpage

Checked : Friday 22nd September. Updated : Tuesday 19th September

  • A missing boy from Sittingbourne has been found safe and well

Click for The KP News - Community Alerts Webpage

Checked : Friday 22nd September. Updated : Tuesday 19th September

  • Hextable break-ins - residents urged to be vigilant

Click for The KP Appeals - Witness Appeals Webpage

Checked : Friday 22nd September. Updated : Wednesday 20th September

  • Man in assaulted in the Great Lines, Chatham
  • Witnesses sought after body found in Cliftonville
  • Distraction burglaries in Maidstone
  • Witness appeal after lorry theft in Ashford
  • Be alert for telephone fraudsters in West Kent
  • Handbag stolen in theft at Dartford supermarket
  • Witness appeal after serious collision in Chatham

Click for The KP News - Policing News Webpage

Checked : Friday 22nd September. Updated : Friday 22nd September

  • M25 anti-clockwise closed from Junctions 5-4
  • Project Edward: European Day Without A Road Death
  • Police dog helps with an arrest at New Ash Green
  • Officers visit Wallis Park, Northfleet, after a report of suspicious package
  • Man arrested with the assistance of PD Olly
  • Two men arrested on suspicion of defrauding £35,000 from elderly victim
  • Two charged with religiously aggravated harassment
  • Ongoing search at an address at Tunbridge Wells

Click for The Action Fraud News Webpage

Checked : Friday 22nd September. Updated : Thursday 21st September

  • Warning: Fraudsters send out letters claiming to be from the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau
  • Action Fraud warns horse racing community as investment fraud increases

Click for The Kent County Council Media Hub Webpage

Checked : Friday 22nd September. Updated : Thursday 21st September

  • Coming Soon – Stoptober! Helping Kent Smokers to Quit
  • KCC Chairman takes a close look at wildlife charity
  • Children urge adults to belt up as new figures reveal sharp drop in deaths

Click for The Kent Fire and Rescue Service News Webpage

Checked : Friday 22nd September. Updated : Thursday 21st September

  • Please leave space for engines to get through urge firefighters

Click for The KP News - Sentenced Webpage

Checked : Friday 22nd September. Updated : Thursday 21st September

  • Pensioner sentenced over Maidstone arson
  • Robbers who hid in Queenborough shop loft jailed
  • Medway drug dealers sentenced

Click for The Kent Fire and Rescue Service Incidents Webpage

Checked : Friday 22nd September. Updated : Thursday 21st September

  • Fire in industrial unit
  • Firefighters tackling fire in Edenbridge home
  • Notification
  • Crash in Ospringe
  • Woman freed after car crash in Gillingham
  • Crash in Wrotham
  • Fire in restaurant cellar in Ramsgate

Click for The Trading Standards Product recalls Webpage

Checked : Friday 22nd September. Updated : Wednesday 20th September

  • Halfords - Weld Through Primer - recall
  • 9NINE Super Seeds Breakfast Apricot & Strawberry Bar - recall

Click for The Get Safe Online News Webpage

Checked : Friday 22nd September. Updated : Thursday 21st September

  • Get Safe Online launches ‘Protecting Your Devices’ campaign
  • CCleaner warning: what you need to know

Click for The Food Standards Agency Allergy alerts Webpage

Checked : Friday 22nd September. Updated : Thursday 21st September

  • West by Three Brewing Co. recalls The Pilot Series Berry White IPA because lactose is not declared as being derived from milk
  • Tiny Rebel Brewing Co. recalls bottles of Stay Puft Marshmallow Porter because lactose is not declared as being derived from milk
  • 9NINE Brand Foods Ltd recalls its Super Seeds Breakfast Apricot & Strawberry Bar because of undeclared peanuts

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Sevenoaks and Swanley

There have been no new headlines since the last newsletter was issued.


Since the last newsletter was issued we have logged details for these crimes in the following Wards...
Ash and New Ash Green
Over Minnis
in Ash-cum-ridley
Between 10:00pm on Saturday 16th of September and 10:00am on Sunday 17th of September. A silver Ford Fiesta parked in the road was broken into by smashing nearside window. Locking wheel nuts were taken from glovebox and all four alloy wheels were stolen.
Millfield
in Ash-cum-ridley
Between 6:30pm on Friday 15th of September and 7:00am on Sunday 17th of September. A Skoda Fabia parked in allocated space outside residential property had wing mirror glass smashed.
Chapel Wood
in Ash-cum-ridley
On Wednesday 13th of September between 6:40am and 6:15pm. A residential property was broken into. Cash and jewellery was stolen.
Edenbridge South and West
Coomb Field
in Edenbridge
On Friday 8th of September between 7:15pm and 7:45pm. A vehicle parked in the road was keyed.
Farningham, Horton Kirby and South Darenth
Maplescombe Lane
in Farningham
Between 10:00pm on Saturday 16th of September and 7:00am on Sunday 17th of September. Parts were removed from a vehicle while it was parked outside a property overnight.
East Hill
in Horton Kirby And South Darenth
On Friday 8th of September between 3:00pm and 5:00pm. A vehicle parked in the road was stolen.
Fawkham and West Kingsdown
Hever Wood Road
in West Kingsdown
On Monday 18th of September around 8:00pm. Damage was caused to a window of a property due to an object hitting it.
Halstead, Knockholt and Badgers Mount
Stoneings Lane
in Knockholt
On Wednesday 13th of September between 2:19pm and 3:20pm. A residential property was broken into. The intruders were disturbed by the alarm being activated.
Hextable
Bower Road
in Hextable
Between 6:00pm on Monday 18th of September and 7:20am on Tuesday 19th of September. A shed at a residential property was broken into.
Egerton Avenue
in Hextable
Between 12:01am on Tuesday 5th of September and 6:00pm on Friday 15th of September. A number plate was removed from a vehicle parked in the road.
Kemsing
Brookfield
in Kemsing
On Monday 18th of September between 5:00pm and 6:30pm. A window was smashed at a residential property.
Seal and Weald
Hale Oak Road
in Sevenoaks Weald
Between 9:00pm on Monday 11th of September and 8:00pm on Monday 18th of September. An unoccupied residential property was broken into. It is not known whether anything has been stolen.
Sevenoaks Eastern
Prospect Road
in Sevenoaks
On Monday 4th of September between 2:00am and 12:50pm. A Renault Scenic parked on residential driveway had number plates stolen.
Sevenoaks Kippington
Solefields Road
in Sevenoaks
On Monday 18th of September between 12:01am and 5:00am. A garage at a residential property was broken into.
Sevenoaks Town and St. John's
Seal Hollow Road
in Sevenoaks
On Monday 18th of September between 2:30pm and 4:00pm. An Audi A3 parked in a golf club car park was broken into and a set of golf clubs was stolen.
Swanley St. Mary's
Oliver Road
in Swanley
Between 6:00pm on Monday 18th of September and 7:15am on Tuesday 19th of September. A vehicle was taken without consent the owner still has all the keys in their possession.
Swanley White Oak
Swanley Lane
in Swanley
On Wednesday 13th of September between 7:30am and 12:30pm. A residential property was broken into and a watch was stolen.

Statistics since the last newsletter was issued
Offence Number
Theft Of Motor Vehicle2
Theft6
Theft From Motor Vehicle5
Criminal Damage7
Burglary Of Dwelling5
Theft Of Pedal Cycle1

Tonbridge and Malling

New headlines since the last newsletter was issued...

Click for The Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council Webpage

Checked : Friday 22nd September. Updated : Thursday 21st September

  • Council calls on knitters to create Remembrance Day poppy display
  • Bench dedicated in memory of former councillor Jean Atkinson

Since the last newsletter was issued we have logged details for these crimes in the following Wards...
Borough Green and Long Mill
Comp Lane
in Platt
Between 12:00pm on Saturday 16th of September and 9:00am on Sunday 17th of September. A shed at a residential property was broken into.
Downs and Mereworth
Sandy Lane
in Offham
Between 12:00pm on Thursday 14th of September and 8:45am on Monday 18th of September. A window was smashed at a residential property.
Higham
Turner Road
On Tuesday 19th of September around 6:55pm. Person/s were disturbed attempting to gain access into a garden. Upon closer inspection the gate has been damaged.
Hildenborough
Noble Tree Road
in Hildenborough
On Monday 18th of September between 6:45am and 6:10pm. A black Mitsubishi L200 Animal, YT57***, was stolen from the road.
Nizels Lane
in Hildenborough
On Wednesday 13th of September around 7:20pm. Three males knocked on a door and robbed the resident. Enquiries are ongoing.
Judd
Barden Road
Between 7:00pm on Sunday 17th of September and 7:20am on Monday 18th of September. Someone smashed the rear window of a VW Polo parked in a driveway.
Kings Hill
Tower View
in Kings Hill
Between 1:00pm on Saturday 16th of September and 6:00am on Monday 18th of September. A steel cabin at a construction site was broken into. A Toshiba laptop computer and some surveying equipment was stolen.
Larkfield North
Orwell Close
in East Malling And Larkfield
Between 7:00pm on Saturday 9th of September and 8:30am on Sunday 10th of September. A garage at a residential property was broken into.
Larkfield South
Spruce Close
in East Malling And Larkfield
Between 11:30pm on Friday 8th of September and 4:30am on Saturday 9th of September. A BMW X1 parked in a driveway was broken into. Three HP laptop computers, cash and jewellery were stolen.

Statistics since the last newsletter was issued
Offence Number
Theft Of Motor Vehicle2
Theft2
Theft From Motor Vehicle1
Criminal Damage7
Burglary Of Dwelling3
Robbery1

Tunbridge Wells

New headlines since the last newsletter was issued...

Click for The Tunbridge Wells Borough Council Webpage

Checked : Friday 22nd September. Updated : Wednesday 20th September

  • Household Waste Recycling Centre to close temporarily

Since the last newsletter was issued we have logged details for these crimes in the following Wards...
Broadwater
Cherry Tree Road
On Sunday 17th of September around 8:44pm. A van parked in the road had both door windows smashed.
Frittenden and Sissinghurst
Common Road
in Cranbrook & Sissinghurst
Between 5:00pm on Friday 15th of September and 7:00am on Monday 18th of September. Someone sprayed graffiti on a block of three portable offices at a building site.
Hawkhurst and Sandhurst
Highgate Hill
in Hawkhurst
Between 7:30pm on Saturday 2nd of September and 10:30am on Sunday 3rd of September. The lock and letter box in a shop doorway were glued.
Park
Mount Pleasant Road
Between 8:00pm on Saturday 16th of September and 1:00pm on Sunday 17th of September. Someone put glue in the lock on the front door of a block of flats.
Pembury
Greenleas
in Pembury
On Friday 8th of September between 9:00am and 4:00pm. Items were taken from a garden without consent.
St. James'
Connaught Park
On Monday 18th of September between 8:46pm and 9:15pm. A Citroen Dispatch van parked in the road was broken into and searched. Nothing appears to have been taken.

Statistics since the last newsletter was issued
Offence Number
Theft7
Criminal Damage7
Theft Of Pedal Cycle2
Vehicle Interference1

Maidstone

New headlines since the last newsletter was issued...

Click for The Maidstone Borough Council Webpage

Checked : Friday 22nd September. Updated : Thursday 21st September

  • Maidstone Borough Council introduces RingGo app for parking
  • Maidstone Town Public Space Protection Order

Since the last newsletter was issued we have logged details for these crimes in the following Wards...
Bearsted
The Green
in Bearsted
On Sunday 17th of September between 6:00pm and 9:45pm. A VW Move Up parked in the road had windscreen smashed and three tyres slashed.
Boughton Monchelsea and Chart Sutton
Chart Hill Road
in Chart Sutton
On Tuesday 19th of September between 8:30am and 5:30pm. Gates have been removed from a property without consent.
Boxley
Briar Fields
in Boxley
Between 12:01am on Sunday 1st of January and 4:30pm on Tuesday 19th of September. Items have been removed from a property without consent.
Bridge
London Road
Between 7:00pm on Sunday 17th of September and 7:15am on Monday 18th of September. Two tyres were slashed and a wing mirror damaged on a VW Golf parked in a restaurant car park.
Coxheath and Hunton
Loddington Lane
in Linton
On Sunday 17th of September between 2:30pm and 6:45pm. Someone attempted to break into an irrigation shed near the reservoir damaging the door. No access gained.
Grove Lane
in Hunton
Between 6:00pm on Tuesday 12th of September and 5:51am on Wednesday 13th of September. A residential property was broken into.
John Day Close
in Coxheath
Between 12:01am on Saturday 16th of September and 3:30pm on Monday 18th of September. Lead flashing was stolen from a communal cycle shed and bin store at a residential property.
Detling and Thurnham
Hockers Lane
in Thurnham
Between 12:01am on Sunday 10th of September and 11:59pm on Tuesday 12th of September. A shed at a residential property was broken into.
Thurnham Lane
in Thurnham
On Tuesday 12th of September between 10:15pm and 11:10pm. An outbuilding was broken into and items removed without consent.
East
Coral Park
On Sunday 10th of September between 9:30pm and 9:49pm. A vehicle parked in the road was keyed.
Fant
Bazalgette Rise
Between 6:00pm on Sunday 10th of September and 7:30am on Monday 11th of September. A Ford Mondeo parked in allocated space in underground car park of block of flats had rear passenger window smashed. Nothing appears to have been taken.
Beaumont Road
On Wednesday 13th of September between 12:00pm and 4:00pm. A residential property was broken into access was gained via a window.
Harrietsham and Lenham
Lenham Heath Road
in Lenham
Between 12:00pm on Saturday 16th of September and 3:00pm on Sunday 17th of September. A bicycle was stolen from a horses' field. Hedges and fences were damaged to gain access.
Robins Avenue
in Lenham
On Monday 18th of September between 7:00pm and 11:00pm. Damage was caused to an object in a residential garden.
Headcorn
The Street
in Ulcombe
Between 6:30pm on Monday 18th of September and 7:30am on Tuesday 19th of September. Damage was caused to a vehicle parked in the road.
High Street
Courtenay Road
On Sunday 17th of September around 5:42pm. An Audi A4 parked in the road was damaged on rear passenger door.
Wyatt Street
Between 7:00pm on Sunday 17th of September and 7:00pm on Wednesday 20th of September. Damage was caused to a vehicle parked in a layby.
Marden and Yalding
Chantry Road
in Marden
On Wednesday 13th of September between 12:01am and 6:24pm. A residential property was broken into. Still awaiting list of stolen property.
Chantry Road
in Marden
Between 12:00am on Thursday 14th of September and 11:59pm on Tuesday 19th of September. A vehicle was stolen from a residential car park.
Spenny Lane
in Collier Street
Between 12:01am on Saturday 16th of September and 4:00pm on Sunday 17th of September. A shed at a residential property had padlocks damaged in attempted break in.
North Downs
Hill Green Road
in Stockbury
On Tuesday 12th of September between 8:00am and 5:00pm. An outbuilding was broken into and items removed without consent.
Shepway South
Sutton Road
Between 11:00pm on Saturday 16th of September and 6:00am on Sunday 17th of September. A Land Rover Discovery parked on a residential driveway had tow bar stolen.
Staplehurst
Cranbrook Road
in Staplehurst
On Monday 18th of September around 4:02am. Person/s have attempted to break into a property, the intruders were disturbed by the alarm being activated.

Statistics since the last newsletter was issued
Offence Number
Theft Of Motor Vehicle1
Theft15
Theft From Motor Vehicle3
Criminal Damage19
Burglary Of Dwelling9
Theft Of Pedal Cycle2