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Loud music, drilling and dogs barking are highest on list of complaints in Blackpool

It is a scenario many people dread.

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The offenders appeared at Mansfield magistrates' court.

Pervert blamed wife for child abuse pics

A paedophile tried to blame his wife after a stash of vile images of child abuse were found on his computer.

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The man will appear before Westminster Magistrates tomorrow

Thug threatened to shoot bouncer and rape the wives of police officers

A man threatened to shoot door security staff and rape police officers wives.

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Can you help find these Fylde coast fugitives?

Here’s the fifth and final instalment of our series, Crime Files.

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Blackpool Town Hall

Doctor regretted not making visit

A doctor who refused to visit an ill disabled woman – instead diagnosing her over the phone – has told of his regret at an inquest into her death.

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Blackpool Magistrates Court

Blackpool Magistrates Court orders dog to be put to sleep

A court has ordered a dog be put to sleep after police identified it as an illegal breed following an attack on a child.

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Former TV presenter John Leslie arrives at Edinburgh Sheriff Court, where he is charged with sexually assaulting a woman by putting his hand down her trousers as they danced at her hen night. Photo credit: Jane Barlow/PA Wire

John Leslie was ‘perfect gentleman’, DJ tells court

Former TV presenter John Leslie was a "perfect gentleman" when dancing in a club with a woman he is accused of sexually assaulting, a court has heard.

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Ex-navy officer to be sentenced for sexual offences against eight young men

A former officer in the Royal Navy who groped a junior member of crew while serving as second in command of a naval ship will be sentenced.

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Contempt of court can carry a jail sentence.

Man with HIV must get written permission from police before having sex

Police have confirmed that a man charged with infecting two women with the HIV virus must seek written permission before he has sex.

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Sessions House

Blackpool paedophile faces 'wrath' of wife after he tries to blame her for indecent images on his computer

A paedophile tried to shift blame onto his spouse after a stash of 1,441 vile pictures of child abuse were found in his home.
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Lancashire County Council loses court case over £104m private healthcare contract

Lancashire county council has lost a landmark legal ruling over privatised healthcare.
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World War One-themed display in Fleetwood plagued by thoughtless vandals

A group aiming to clinch a top North West in Bloom award for Fleetwood said vandals will not put them off.

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Blackpool: From the courts 22-06-18

Here is the latest round-up of some of the cases at Blackpool Magistrates Court.

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La Fontana, Clifton Street, Blackpool

Blackpool restaurant is next victim of petty thievery

An opportunist thief helped himself to a bag left inside a car parked outside a Blackpool restaurant – before hurriedly walking off.

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Mental health patient Jeffrey Barry, stabbed to death his neighbour Kamil Ahmad, 49, at their supported living flats on Wells Road in Bristol at about 2am on July 7 2016. Photo credit: Avon and Somerset Police/PA Wire

Murder of refugee by mental health patient was avoidable, review finds

The racially-motivated murder of a refugee by a mental health patient who had been released from a psychiatric hospital was "avoidable", a review has found.

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Man jailed for taking lost race number to realise London Marathon ‘dream’

A London Marathon impostor who swiped a lost race number to see "a dream come true" has been jailed for 16 weeks.

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Monopoly pervert  must 'go to jail'

Blackpool paedophile who twisted Monopoly game to abuse children is sent 'directly to jail' - for 22 years

A paedophile who used innocent childhood games to launch sexual attacks on three young children has been given an extended jail sentence by a sickened judge.

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Cannabis worth thousands of pounds was discovered at a "drugs den" in St Annes

Thousands of pounds of cannabis discovered at St Annes 'drugs den'

Cannabis worth thousands of pounds was discovered at a "drugs den" in St Annes, say police.
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Anyone caught can be prosecuted for perverting the course of justice

One in five drivers has taken penalty points for someone else, survey finds

Around a fifth (19%) of motorists have taken penalty points for another driver, a survey suggests.

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Do you recognise this woman?

NATIONAL APPEAL: Mystery of unknown woman found dead and severely decomposed

Mystery surrounds the identity of a woman whose body was found severely decomposed.

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