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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Llandundo,North Wales ....Two men arrested at paddling pool on suspicion of 'carrying a bladed weapon'

It's getting worse by the day in Llandudno...

North Wales Police were seen at North Shore and two men were detained
Two men were arrested at Llandudno paddling pool this morning on suspicion of carrying a bladed weapon.
North Wales Police swooped at North Shore, close to the new lifeboat station, shortly before 10am today.
A large police presence has been reported in the area and one man was seen being led away in handcuffs.
A spokeswoman for North Wales Police said: "At Llandudno promenade this morning, close to the paddling pool, two men were arrested on suspicion of being in possession of a bladed weapon."
The Daily Post understands they are currently on their way to custody.
The Welsh Ambulance Service have been asked if they were involved in the incident

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Thank You

Just to say a big thank you for everyone's support for this blog over the last 10 years. Sadly with Work commitments, and Family issues, We are unable to keep on top of the News, however all of the News on this site is factual, and It should give a clear Indication of how bad the Crime is in so called " Picture Perfect" Wales and "The Queen of Welsh Resorts" The site was set up so that people around the world knew the truth about the area. Thank you for all of your kind comments and support.
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Friday, March 31, 2017

Cardiff,South Wales - Defence begins in psychiatrist Dr Brian Harris sex trial

Dr Brian Harris at Merthyr Crown Court
Image captionDr Brian Harris had worked at Trealaw Clinic in Pentre, Rhondda Cynon Taff
The defence case has begun in the trial of a psychiatrist accused of rape and assaulting patients.
Dr Brian Harris, 77, denies 13 counts of rape, sexual assault and indecent assault against five men between 1991 and 2011.
The jury at Merthyr Crown Court was told on Friday he will not give evidence in his own defence.
Dr Harris had worked for the NHS and in private practice in Cardiff for 40 years.
His legal team told the court he had been assessed by a clinical psychologist last July and August who concluded Dr Harris was likely to have experienced significant cognitive decline, more than would be expected as part of normal ageing.
There was strong evidence, the court was told, of a significant decline in his intellectual ability and his ability to recall.
The trial began three weeks ago.

Gwent,South Wales - Murder arrest after body found at Cambria Close, Caerleon

Cambrian CloseImage copyrightGOOGLE MAPS
A 38-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a pensioner's body was found in Newport.
Gwent Police was called to an address at Cambria Close, Caerleon, at about 04:25 BST on Thursday, after a disturbance.
A 66-year-old man was found dead at the scene, police said.
The man from Newport who was arrested on suspicion of murder has now been released on bail, pending further enquiries.

Holywell,North Wales - Flintshire thug locked up for attacking disabled man and bottling his own friend

Joshua Roberts, 18, attacked his first victim who had cerebral palsy and had suffered a stroke before later assault on friend

A teenager was locked up for more than 16 months today after he punched and kicked a disabled man and in a separate attack bottled his own friend.
Joshua Roberts, 18, attacked his first victim who had cerebral palsy and had suffered a stroke.
Violence erupted at Abbey Court in Greenfield, in October 14 last year, Mold Crown Court , heard.
The assault happened when the victim tried to help his mum who was being confronted by a group of youths near their home.
Roberts, who was aged 17 at the time, punched the vulnerable man in the face and kicked him in the right eye when he was on the floor causing it bleed.
He then threatened to follow the man to his workplace and “carry it on”.
Afterwards Roberts, of Meadow Bank, Holywell, then rang the police to say what he had done, but gave no reason for doing it.
While out on bail for that offence Roberts he went onto attack his own friend with a bottle on February 13 this year.
Clare Jones, prosecuting, said on that occasion victim Dylan Davies, 19, Roberts’ friend, was walking home along the Holywell High Street after finishing a shift at the Flint McDonald’s.
Mr Davies heard the clink of two bottles before Roberts rushed up to him and smashed a bottle over his head, while shouting “I’m mad Dylan, I’m mad.”
It left Mr Davies with a large cut and swollen head.
Police were called and found Roberts in the Meadow Bank area.
The court heard Roberts then threatened to stab the officers and he struggled when they tried to arrest him, kicking out at them.
Mr Davies said in a personal victim statement the attack “had shocked me to the core” and although he did not know Roberts well, thought of him as a friend.
Roberts admitted two counts of causing actual bodily harm and resisting arrest.
Myles Wilson, defending, said Roberts had lost a brother, in 2014, and the loss had deeply affected him, but it was not an excuse.
Judge Tracey Lloyd Clarke sentenced Roberts to a total of 16 months, saying he had “humiliated” his first victim who was “very obviously disabled” and had already been before the court five times.

“It’s clear you have not yet learnt how to deal with your grief without hurting yourself or others,” the judge said.

Ruthin,North Wales - A brazen flasher comes over all shy after he's found guilty of exposing himself to old lady

Leon Pleavin fled court with his head down after being found guilty of what judge called a 'filthy and immature' act

A “filthy” flasher came over all shy as he scrambled from court after being convicted of brazenly exposing himself to an old lady.
Leon Pleavin pulled his coat up high over his mouth and his hood down low over his head as he made his way from court after being warned he faces jail for indecent exposure.
The 28-year-old - described as “cunning and filthy” by the judge - targeted his elderly victim in the Vale of Clwyd. The woman, who can’t be named for legal reasons, was out walking having just visited her seriously ill husband in hospital when Pleavin pulled over asking politely for directions to Llanrhaeadr
The lady thought he seemed a “pleasant man” as he drove away. But he turned his car around, drove back and called out to her “can you give me a hand with this?” as he exposed his penis to her.
As he drove off, his victim memorised the number plate and phoned the police later that night.
During the trial Pleavin’s partner of four years, Francesca Norcross, told the court the delivery driver as “respectful” and “trustworthy” and said that she didn’t think he was capable of this sort of act.
She said: “I have never had any reason to mistrust Leon, he is an honest and hardworking man.”
After the verdict was returned, Judge Huw Reese told Pleavin he had left the woman in a “very distressed” state at the time of the incident last August.
He said: “You intended to expose your genitals intending to cause alarm and distress.
“The victim has now had to give evidence twice because of your filthy and immature habits.
“You specifically targeted a vulnerable victim who had other issues weighing heavily on her mind.
“I was not impressed with your evidence and I found you to be quite cunning.
“It is at the forefront of my mind to impose a prison sentence and you should be prepared for that.
“Your actions are potentially dangerous for innocent people and your filthy habit could cause great distress and for this reason I am likely to send you to prison.”
Pleavin, of Flat 7, Felindre, Ruthin , will be sentenced on April 21 and remains on bail until then.

Kinmel Bay,North Wales - Man banned from keeping animals for 10 years after dog found dead under trampoline

Nathan Lee Fisher admitted causing unnecessary suffering to the Akita and its mother which was a 'bag of bones'

A man has been banned from keeping animals for 10 years after a dog was found dead under a trampoline.
The mother of the dead dog was also described as a “bag of bones” when an RSPCA inspector visited the owner’s home in Kinmel Bay.
Nathan Lee Fisher of Rose View Crescent admitted causing unnecessary suffering to the two dogs which are both Akitas and named Layla and Kuma, at Llandudno Magistrates Court.
RSPCA Cymru got involved after North Wales Police attended the 24-year-old’s address where they found a dead dog in the back garden underneath a trampoline.
The Akita dog found dead under a trampoline in Kinmel Bay
The Akita dog found dead under a trampoline in Kinmel Bay 
Its mother was also found at the house and was described as “so skinny that bones were clearly visible through her coat”.
The RSPCA said the dogs suffered unnecessarily due to a failure to adequately explore and address their weight loss.
As a result of the way the two dogs were treated, Fisher will not be allowed to keep any animal for a decade.
Magistrates also imposed 12 week prison sentences for the two charges, to run concurrently, suspended for 18-months.
He was given a 12 month community order, a nine month alcohol treatment order and told to undertake 180 hours of community work.
He was fined £750, and ordered to pay a £115 victim surcharge.
Nathan Lee Fisher, 24 from Kinmel Bay was banned from keeping animals for 10 years after two Akita dogs, Layla and Kuma were found neglected. One was discovered dead under a trampoline, the other was said to be a "bag of bones."
Nathan Lee Fisher, 24 from Kinmel Bay was banned from keeping animals for 10 years after two Akita dogs, Layla and Kuma were found neglected. One was discovered dead under a trampoline, the other was said to be a "bag of bones." 
Another individual living at the property was given a caution.
RSPCA inspector Phil Lewis said: “These poor Akita dogs were subject to outright neglect and ill-treatment, which cost one of the dogs their life.
“Fortunately, the other has been happily re-homed from an RSPCA animal centre.
“When she was found at the Kinmel Bay property, she looked an absolute bag of bones but thankfully her suffering is over.”
He added: “People have very clear and important legal responsibilities towards their dogs, and there was an outright failure in this case to deal with shocking levels of weight loss, and to provide the dogs with food and necessary care.”