Inspector Snasdell's Newsletter

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Goof Morning,

Please find Inspector Snasdell's Weekly Newsletter attached below.

Kind regards,

PC 4976 Rae
Northwich Local Policing Unit.
News Bulletin


Northwich Local Policing Unit

Policing the areas of Northwich, Winsford, Tarporley, Sandiway & Cuddington

Voicemail: 0845-458-6378

 8th June 2016


Crime Update

A burglary occurred in Senna Lane, Comberbach overnight Friday 3rd June 2016. This is an area that is not normally target for burglaries so please report and suspicious activity.
 A shed was broken into between 29th May 2016 to 3rd June 2016, on Northwich Road, Dutton damage was caused but nothing was stolen.
Overnight on Friday 3rd June 2016, a building site was targeted at Honey Vale Gardens off Beehive Lane, Moulton. 4 houses under construction were damaged.
Drugs Arrest
On Thursday 2nd June 2016, Officers responded to a call from a member of the Public who believed persons were involved in drugs use at Hunts Lock on the River Weaver, Northwich.
Officers attended the area and conducted a stop check on a 36 year old local female. The female was arrested after a quantity of cash was recovered nearby on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of Class “A” Drugs.
Recovered in the possession of the female were in excess of 50 bags of class “A” drugs. The female was later charged with Possession with Intent to Supply Heroin & Cocaine and Possession of Criminal Property.  She has been remanded in custody until 5th July 2016 ,to appear before Chester Crown Court.

This is an excellent result and could not have been achieved without the support of the public. As always if you have information to assist the Police in tackling drug supply in your community please contact the police on 101, or use the Crime Stoppers anonymously 0800 555 111
Winsford Road One Traffic Works
There will be temporary traffic lights on Road One, week commencing the 13th June 2016, for one week.  Improvements are being made to the road access.  There will be a footpath for pedestrians and cyclists whilst the work is taking place.
Court Result
At approximately 10pm on Sunday 1st May 2016, a Ford Focus taken from the Crewe area crashed into two parked vehicles on Townfield’s Crescent, Winsford . The 20 year old driver Charlie Smith from Bentley Grove, Winsford was detained by an off duty Police Officer. He was arrested and later charged with section 39 Assault on the Officer, Criminal damage to clothing, Criminal damage to the intoximeter machine at Middlewich Custody suite, Aggravated vehicle taking, Disqualified driving, No Insurance and Failing to provide a specimen of breath. He appeared before Chester Crown Court on Wednesday 8th June 2016, and was sentenced to 22 months in prison.
The Euros 2016 Football Tournament commencing this weekend.
Cheshire Roads Policing team has launched its annual crackdown on drink and drug drivers.
The initiative coincides with Euro 2016, which starts on Friday, and is set to run until 10th July 2016.
Throughout this period officers from the roads policing team will be specifically target drivers who they believe may be influence of drugs or alcohol.
The Tournament is a time to have a good time and enjoy the football. However it is not a time to risk drink or drug driving.
Driving under the influence of either alcohol or drugs is extremely dangerous. It affects your reaction time, making it harder for you to judge your speed, judge your distance between you and other vehicles and notice potential hazards.
All of this means that you are more likely to be involved in a collision whilst driving under the influence of either alcohol or drugs.
As well as the dangers, there are also serious consequences for anyone who is caught drink or drug driving.
Not only do they face losing their licence, but they also face a large fine, going to court and even the possibility of a prison sentence – all of which could have a big impact upon their life and may affect their employment.
The police will also be equipped with roadside drug testing kits, which can instantly detect whether a driver is under the influence of cannabis or cocaine.
Since the introduction of the drug drive laws in March 2015, a total of 683 people in Cheshire have been arrested on suspicion of drug driving, compared to 70 in the whole of 2014.
Think twice before you drink or take drugs and get behind the wheel.
We will also have additional patrols on duty for the England matches to prevent any increased
Disorder or ASB incidents.
Volunteering / Job Opportunities
Cheshire Constabulary was founded in 1857 and is now responsible for policing nearly a million people. Someone who serves in Cheshire Constabulary joins an organisation with a proud and formidable history and would be expected to maintain the high esteem in which the public holds the Force. To work at Cheshire Constabulary, you will also have to uphold The Police Service Statement of Common Values.
For more information on vacancies within Cheshire Police please visit:
Anyone with any information to support the Cheshire Police in any crime or incident please call Cheshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.Keep up to date with policing issues in your local area by following @PoliceNorthwich on Twitter.
Inspector Dave Snasdell
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Jennifer Rae (Police, PC, Northwich LPU North Response)

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