Luke Dann, a city businessman, is currently on trial for murder in connection with the death of David Kelly.
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Antony James, a former student officer with the Devon and Cornwall Police, is facing serious charges related to sexual offences, including rape and assault, while another former officer, Sam Smith, is facing charges of fraud. Both individuals are no longer employed by the police force and their cases are scheduled to be heard in court.
Soaring temperatures are predicted across the UK this week, with some areas expected to reach their highest temperatures in nearly two months, potentially leading to heatwave conditions caused by the tail end of Cyclone Franklin.
Plymouth’s new city centre, currently under construction, is bringing about significant changes to the city’s landscape.
Public meetings are scheduled to be held in the Heavitree and Whipton area of Exeter to discuss a road closure scheme aimed at creating a safer and more attractive environment for pedestrians, cyclists, and wheelchair users; council representatives will be present to answer questions and listen to feedback from the public.
A male cyclist has been seriously injured following a collision with a van on Leonards Road in Ivybridge, Devon.
Tyler Wood, a 35-year-old man, is due to appear before a Crown Court judge next month, facing charges related to an alleged robbery at a convenience store in Whitleigh. Reports suggest that Wood brandished a large knife during the incident and forcefully entered the store, demanding cash from the till. Wood allegedly managed to escape on foot with approximately £300 in cash. Following a manhunt and the release of CCTV images, Wood was arrested and charged with robbery and possession of a bladed article in a public place. He is scheduled to appear before the Plymouth Crown Court on September 25 for a plea and trial preparation hearing, which is expected to be a pivotal point in the case. As more information emerges, it is anticipated that further details will shed light on the circumstances surrounding the alleged robbery.
Tyler Wood, a 35-year-old man, has been arrested and is due to appear in court today for allegedly robbing Norwich Stores at knifepoint, obtaining approximately £300 before fleeing the scene on foot.
Plymouth has implemented a new multi-agency CCTV control centre, providing enhanced surveillance capabilities for the city.
The Crystal Serenity cruise ship is set to visit Plymouth en route to Reykjavik, Iceland.