Monday 29 January - Sunday 4 February
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Numerous arrests were made over the weekend in Arun and Chichester. The offences included:- excess alcohol, drunk and disorderly, domestic assault, drug driving, obstruction, common assault and breach of bail.
Man arrested in connection with Littlehampton fight
The victim was treated for a head injury. Please click on link below:-
Man given 16 years for assault on friend in Littlehampton
The victim's nose and almost all of his ribs were broken and he suffered a life-changing brain injury. Please click on link below:-
Appeal for witnesses to assault on teenage girl in Rustington
The victim was walking on a local recreation ground when she was reported being assaulted. Please click on link below:-
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Shripney Lane, Bersted – Overnight on Wednesday 31 January, a shed was broken into and tools stolen. Serial 0345 and 01/02.
Ashcroft Way, Pagham – On Friday 2 February a unicycle was stolen from a garage. The unicycle is described as having a black quick release saddle with plastic yellow grips at either end with a silver stem. The main frame is yellow and the wheel yellow and green. Serial 0710 of 03/02.
Victoria Drive, Marine – On Saturday 3 February, there was an attempt break to a property; no entry was gained. Serial 0324 of 04/02.
Harbour View Road, Pagham – On Friday 2 February, during the early hours of the morning a vehicle was entered via unknown means and an iphone 6 was stolen. Serial 0387 of 02/02 refers.
Sunningdale Gardens, Bersted – On Friday 26 January, a van was broken into and tools stolen. Serial 0636 of 04/02.
Littlehampton, Arundel and Surround
Toddington Lane, Wick – On Tuesday 30 January, during the early hours of the morning a property was entered and items stolen. Serial 0108 of 30/01.
Littlehampton Road, Ferring – Between Friday 26 January and Wednesday 31 January a vehicle was entered via unknown means and a PDQ chip and pin terminal stolen. Serial 0322 of 31/01.
The Walkway, Angmering – Between Friday 1 February and Saturday 2 February, a vehicle was entered and searched, no items were reported stolen. Serial 0337 of 03/02.
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