Police Officers, PCSOs and Special Constables have been out across the Humberside Force area this Easter bank holiday weekend, to ensure everyone remained safe and the Government’s guidance to protect the NHS and save lives was being followed in our communities.
Beverley residents deposited 20 knives during a week-long national campaign to get people to surrender knives.
Humberside Police say that during #OpSceptre in total 500 knives were given up throughout the region.
A 20-year-old man has been jailed for six years after he robbed another man of just £20, stole his mobile phone, assaulted him and threatened him with an axe.
Meluleki Mpofu, also known as ‘EMZ’, who is from Somalia was sent to prison following the incident at a property on Cave Street in Hull on Saturday 26 May 2018.
A large amount of drugs has been seized from a vehicle which was stopped on the M62 yesterday.
A white car travelling eastbound was stopped near junction 37 of the motorway near to Howden around 6pm when the drugs were found.
A Beverley woman could face eviction from her home after a court order put in place to stop anti-social behaviour at her property was breached.
Officers from East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s anti-social behaviour team were granted a closure order for a home on Coltman Avenue, Beverley by the town’s magistrates on 4 July, 2018.
The Deer Shed Festival has announced it will offer full weekend adult tickets to its ninth edition at a heavily discounted price of £50 (plus booking fee) for holders of adult full weekend tickets to the cancelled Beverley Folk Festival.
The 2018 Deer Shed line-up may not be designed solely for folk purists, but fantastic folk-influenced acts include: This Is The Kit, Scott Matthews, Rozi Plain, Pictish Trail, Siv Jakobsen, Bryde, The Lost Brothers, Seamus Fogarty, Night Flight, Holy Moly & The Crackers, Morrissey & Marshall, Riley Pearce, Bella Gaffney & Polly Bolton and more.
Drivers are being urged to take extra care on the roads as heavy snow is forecast for the East Riding from early tomorrow morning (Tuesday 27 February).
Significant snowfall is expected to hit the region from 3am and continue all morning, which may cause disruption to traffic, especially during the morning rush hour.
A motorist who parked their car in the Morrison’s Supermarket is appealing for help to track down the person who trashed their car.
The owner of the vehicle returned to their car after a visit to the Morrison’s store to find what appears to be serious damage caused by another vehicle scraping along its passenger side.
An online treasure hunting game almost sparked a police incident after a man was spotted on CCTV fitting a Geocache device under a bench in Hull city centre.
And while we don’t want to spoil anyone’s fun, today we’re appealing for other players to think about where and how they place their devices in future.
Hull City Council say that investigations are going into what police say are string of deaths related to drug use in the city.
Concerns were raised by the police urging drug users in Hull and the surrounding areas to seek medical help should they experience any issues while using substances.
British Dressage is delighted to announce Jo Byrne as the new Regional Development Officer for the Northern region.
After 30 years in policing, which included a secondment to the Home Office, Jo will now combine her extensive skill set, organisational ability and ‘team player’ mentality with her lifelong love of horses and dressage.
Can you help us locate items stolen from a property in the Grovehill Road area of Beverley?
A 72-year-old man left his flat locked at 12pm on Friday 16 December; when he returned, at 8pm on Saturday 17 December, he found that his kitchen window had been smashed and a number of items had been stolen from the property.
We are trying to identify this man in connection with a theft that took place at Aldi in Beverley.
A 48-year-old woman was in the store when her purse was taken from within her handbag.
Flemingate in Beverley has achieved the coveted Park Mark® Safer Parking Award for delivering a safe and crime-free parking experience in its impressive 500-space multi-storey car park.
People are being reminded they need to be on the electoral register if they wish to vote in the elections for the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner which are taking place next month.
Hull and East Riding Green Party are urging people to make sure they are registered to vote to avoid being left out in the cold.
East Riding Libraries are delighted to present true crime author, Paul Harrison, for three events across the area, to launch their series of ‘Meet the Author’ events.