Tuesday 8th September 2020

Issue 1798

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Checked : Tuesday 8th September. Updated : Monday 7th September

  • Animal shelters stolen near Maidstone
  • Aggravated burglary in Paddock Wood
  • Cars and bicycles stolen in Folkestone burglary
  • Cash and tobacco stolen in Cheriton robbery
  • Cash and jewellery stolen in linked Tunbridge Wells burglaries

Checked : Tuesday 8th September. Updated : Friday 4th September

Checked : Tuesday 8th September. Updated : Monday 7th September

  • Six charged following protests in Dover
  • Stalker jailed after terrifying his victim in her home
  • Officers crack down on county lines drug dealing throughout August
  • Drug dealer found with Samurai sword in Chatham jailed
  • Suspects charged and remanded after violent burglary near Maidstone
  • Gravesend man jailed for breaching restraining order

Checked : Tuesday 8th September. Updated : Friday 4th September

  • Your chance to have your say on road safety

Checked : Tuesday 8th September. Updated : Monday 7th September

  • Bin fire at Sittingbourne school
  • Woman rescued after two-vehicle crash - Deal
  • Fire in derelict property - Whitstable
  • Update: Commercial building fire in Hoo
  • Notification

Checked : Tuesday 8th September. Updated : Monday 7th September

  • Funding for new electric vehicle charging points
  • Plans for new railway station to boost growth in Thanet approved

Checked : Tuesday 8th September. Updated : Monday 7th September

  • Recall: Fcmila - Ceiling Fan and LED Light Unit
  • Recall: Ikasa - Large Plush Teddy Bear
  • Recall: Freshasia Foods - Lamb and Carrot Dumplings
  • Recall: Tiger Tiger - Spicy Pad Thai Paste
  • Recall: Uncle Roy's - Rabbie's Super Horseradish

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£30m Lost To Pension Scams Since 2017: How To Keep Your Savings Safe

Scammers have targeted pots ranging from under £1,000 to as much as £500,000

Click HERE for full details on the Consumers' Association (Which?) website.

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Which? Safety Tests Uncover Dangerous Baby Sleeping Bags

Our tests found safety issues with 12 out of 15 baby sleeping bags from well-known brands and online marketplaces.

Click HERE for full details on the Consumers' Association (Which?) website.

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Rural Matters Magazine Issue 19 Is Available To Download

Click the link to start the download it from the e-watch website...

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Kent Residents Targeted By PayPal Scams

These PayPal scams include...

Click HERE for full details on the KCC Public Protection website.


Road Works

Sevenoaks and Swanley

We have logged these crimes since the previous newsletter was issued:
Ash and New Ash Green
The Row
in Ash-cum-ridley
On Friday 4th of September between 10:15pm and 10:45pm. Somebody damaged plants in hanging baskets at a residential property.
Brasted, Chevening and Sundridge
Chevening Road
in Chevening
On Thursday 3rd of September between 5:30pm and 7:05pm. Somebody stole a handbag from a Vauxhall Viva.
Crockenhill and Well Hill
Eynsford Road
in Crockenhill
Between 12:01am on Thursday 20th of August and 2:00pm on Thursday 3rd of September. Somebody smashed newly installed fence and gates and ripped down signs at a field.
Edenbridge North and East
Croft Lane
in Edenbridge
Between 7:40am on Tuesday 1st of September and 4:30pm on Wednesday 2nd of September. Somebody broke into a Ford Transit parked in the road and searched. They do not appear to have taken anything.
High Street
in Edenbridge
Between 9:15pm on Tuesday 1st of September and 8:12am on Wednesday 2nd of September. Somebody broke both wing mirrors off and smashed the windscreen of an Audi A4 parked in the road.
Edenbridge South and West
Moles Mead
in Edenbridge
Between 12:01am on Sunday 1st of September and 2:12pm on Friday 4th of September. Somebody damaged paddling pools at a residential property.
Fawkham and West Kingsdown
Botsom Lane
in West Kingsdown
Between 1:00pm on Tuesday 1st of September and 11:45am on Wednesday 2nd of September. Somebody stole a grey Land Rover Discovery, AY14***, from a driveway.
Hartley and Hodsoll Street
Rectory Road
in Ash-cum-ridley
On Sunday 30th of August between 4:15pm and 6:00pm. Somebody stole a black, brown and white, male, collie puppy (one of a litter) from a farm.
Sevenoaks Kippington
Grassy Lane
in Sevenoaks
On Wednesday 2nd of September between 6:30pm and 10:00pm. Somebody broke into a residential property and stole items from inside.
Kippington Road
in Sevenoaks
On Wednesday 2nd of September between 1:00pm and 3:20pm. Somebody broke into a Ford Transit parked on a driveway. They stole tools. No damage was caused to the van.
Kippington Road
in Sevenoaks
On Wednesday 2nd of September between 1:00pm and 3:20pm. Somebody tried to break into a Ford Transit parked in the road. They did not get inside and there was no damage.


Road Works

Tonbridge and Malling

We have logged these crimes since the previous newsletter was issued:
Aylesford North and Walderslade
Greenfield Close
in Aylesford
Between 8:40pm on Thursday 3rd of September and 7:30am on Friday 4th of September. Somebody broke into a residential property and stole several tools.
Ditton
Woodlands Road
in Ditton
On Wednesday 2nd of September around 11:40am. Somebody stole a purse, keys and cash from the passenger side seat of a BMW that had just stopped on a driveway. The driver was still inside.
Bellingham Way
in Ditton
Between 12:01am on Wednesday 26th of August and 11:10am on Thursday 3rd of September. Somebody stole a Dell laptop from a draw in the office of a business premises.
Downs and Mereworth
The Alders Seven Mile Lane
in Mereworth
On Wednesday 2nd of September around 11:21pm. Somebody tried to steal fuel from a business premises. They were interrupted by someone and left without taking anything.
Snodland Road
in Birling
Between 11:29pm on Wednesday 2nd of September and 12:38pm on Thursday 3rd of September. Somebody broke into a barn at a farm and stole various metal items.
Snodland East and Ham Hill
Nevill Place
in Snodland
Between 2:00pm on Tuesday 1st of September and 5:00pm on Wednesday 2nd of September. Somebody tried to break into a residential property. They did not get inside. They do not appear to have taken anything.
Trench
Bishops Oak Ride
On Wednesday 2nd of September between 9:00am and 5:00pm. Somebody stole a door key from the door of a residential property. They do not appear to have taken anything else.
Wrotham, Ightham and Stansted
South Ash Road
in Stansted
On Saturday 5th of September around 4:45pm. A young person wearing a hoody broke into a shed at a derelict pub. They were riding a bike. They do not appear to have taken anything.


Road Works

Tunbridge Wells

Checked : Tuesday 8th September. Updated : Monday 7th September

  • Borough-wide recovery process begins
  • Mental Health Awareness Week
  • Love Where We Live Awards 2020
  • Positive Postcards
  • Council meetings go online
  • Garden waste collections restart
  • Wellbeing calls are making lockdown life easier for many shielded residents
  • New community website launched
  • Crowdfunding appeal for key charities
  • Please don’t burn garden waste

We have logged these crimes since the previous newsletter was issued:
Broadwater
Broadwater Down
On Thursday 3rd of September around 10:15pm. Two men were seen leaving the back of a property. They were wearing dark clothing with hoods up and have caps on. There is no evidence of a break-in and they do not appear to have taken anything.
Culverden
Boyne Park
Between 6:00pm on Friday 4th of September and 7:00am on Saturday 5th of September. Somebody broke into a Citroen Dispatch van parked in the road and stole tools.
Hawkhurst and Sandhurst
Hastings Road
in Hawkhurst
On Thursday 3rd of September between 5:30pm and 11:23pm. Somebody broke into a residential property. They stole jewellery and cash.
Hastings Road
in Hawkhurst
On Thursday 3rd of September between 5:55pm and 9:31pm. Somebody broke into a shed at a residential property. They do not appear to have taken anything.
High Street
in Hawkhurst
Between 10:00pm on Thursday 3rd of September and 8:35am on Friday 4th of September. Somebody broke into and searched a cabin at business property. They do not appear to have taken anything.
Southborough and High Brooms
Weare Road
in Southborough
Between 8:00pm on Friday 4th of September and 7:00am on Saturday 5th of September. Somebody smashed the windscreen of a vehicle parked in the road.


Road Works

Maidstone

We have logged these crimes since the previous newsletter was issued:
Downswood and Otham
Honey Lane
in Otham
On Friday 4th of September around 11:23am. A 6 month old Yorkshire Terrier puppy called Lilo has gone missing. Usual Colouring.
High Street
Week Street
Between 6:00pm on Thursday 3rd of September and 8:30am on Friday 4th of September. Somebody tried to break into a shop, damaging a glass door. They did not get inside.
Leeds
Broomfield Road
in Broomfield and Kingswood
On Thursday 3rd of September around 8:30am. Somebody driving a white Citroen Berlingo got out and attacked another driver's car, a white Vauxhall Astra, causing dents in the driver's door.
North Downs
Ashford Road
in Hollingbourne
On Friday 4th of September between 10:20pm and 11:20pm. Somebody broke into a field releasing three horses (which were recovered). They stole a red Honda Fourtrak quad bike.
Park Wood
Keele Avenue
Between 7:00pm on Wednesday 2nd of September and 7:00am on Thursday 3rd of September. Somebody broke into a Nissan Navara parked in the road by smashing the back window. They stole a wallet, camera and cash.
Park Wood Walk
On Thursday 6th of August between 11:50am and 12:30pm. Somebody stole a parcel recently delivered to a residential address.
Shepway South
Westmorland Road
Between 3:45pm on Thursday 3rd of September and 9:10am on Friday 4th of September. Somebody broke into a Jaguar Sovereign parked in the road and stole items from inside.