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Weekly Bulletin - Chichester District - 2nd September to 8th September 2019
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Weekly Bulletin – Chichester District
Monday 2nd September to 8th September 2019
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A number of arrests were made during this week. Offences include: Domestic Violence Assault, Wanted on Warrant, Threats to Kill, Possession with Intent to Supply Class B Drugs, Possession of Class A Drugs, Burglary, Actual Bodily Harm, Excess Alcohol, Racially Aggravated Public Order, Affray, Child Neglect, Assaulting a Police Officer, Possession of a Knife, Outraging Public Decency, Attempt Grievous Bodily Harm, Shoplifting, Common Assault, Drug Driving, Stalking, Dangerous Driving, theft, Driving a vehicle with no insurance, threats to kill, Grievous Bodily Harm and Handling Stolen Goods.
Policing Minister visits Sussex to launch national PC recruitment campaign.
On the day of the launch of the national campaign to recruit 20,000 extra police officers, Minister of State for Crime, Policing and the Fire Service, Kit Malthouse, visited Police Headquarters, Lewes, to learn more about Officer recruitment in Sussex.
Longlands Road, Emsworth – On Monday 2 September we received three separate reports of breaks to sheds in this road. Items stolen include a lawnmower, kitchen equipment and tools were stolen. Damage was caused to the sheds on entry. Serials 1616 2/9, 0570 2/9, 0262 2/9
Longley Road, Chichester – On Tuesday 3 September we received a report of a shed break where two bikes were stolen. Serial 0661 3/9
Parklands Road, Chichester – On Thursday 5 September two vehicles were broken into overnight outside of a property. A number of clothing items and cash were stolen from one of the vehicles. Serial 0380 5/9 & 1346 5/9
Little Breach, Chichester – On Thursday 5 September we received a report of a vehicle break overnight. A number of personal possessions were stolen from the vehicle. Serial 1560 5/9
Bostock Road, Chichester – On Friday 6 September a vehicle windows were smashed outside a property. Nothing was stolen from the vehicle. Serial 0484 6/9
Caledonian Road, Chichester – On Saturday 7 September we received a report of an attempt break to a residential property. Damage was caused to the door but no entry gained. Serial 0757 7/9
Green Lane, Chichester – On Saturday 7 September a BMW motorbike was stolen from outside a property. Serial 0454 7/9
Main Road, Nutbourne – On Saturday 7 September a Kawasaki motorbike was stolen from outside a public house. Serial 0898 7/9
Spitalfield Lane, Chichester – On Sunday 8 September a residential burglary was reported to an unoccupied property. Entry was via rear patio doors and a number of items were stolen from the property including a vehicle from the driveway. Serial 0888 8/9.
Westbourne Road, Emsworth – On Sunday 8 September a Peugeot 206 vehicle was stolen overnight. Serial 0858 8/9
Cleveland Road, Chichester – On Sunday 8 September a Kawasaki motorbike was stolen from outside a property. 1194 8/9.
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)
Tamarisk Walk, East Wittering – On Wednesday 4 September we received a report of criminal damage being caused to a garden. Serial 1264 4/9,
Memorial Playing Field, May Close, Sidlesham – On Thursday 5 September we received a report of vandalism to chairs and benches at the playing field. It is believed this occurred on the evening of Tuesday 3 September. Serial 0774 5/9
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)
Cooks Pond Road, Milland, Liphook – On Monday 2 September we received a report of a break to an outbuilding. Damage to a vehicle was caused. Serial 0911 2/9
Durbans Road, Wisborough Green, - On Thursday 5 September we received a report of a van break outside a property. Serial 1544 05/09
Littlecote, Petworth – On Friday 6 September a van was broken into outside a property. Nothing was stolen from the vehicle. Serial 0279 06/09
Hampers Green, Petworth – On Friday 6 September a vehicle was broken into whilst parked on a driveway. Tools were stolen from the vehicle. Serial 1012 06/09
Northchapel, Petworth – On Saturday 7 September a report of a shed break was received. A mountain bike was stolen from the location. Serial 0911 7/9
Three vehicle breaks were reported in rural beauty spot locations across the area. Locations include: Barlavington, South Harting and Midhurst.