Monthly Archives: May 2018

West Midlands Police news update for 30th May 2018

Murder investigation launched after teenager stabbed to death in Wolverhampton A murder investigation has been launched after a 15-year-old boy died following a stabbing in Wolverhampton last night (Tuesday 29 May). Officers were called to Langley Road, Merry Hill, just … Continue reading

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Arts In The Yard

Stechford Art Trail An opportunity to have your artwork featured as part of Stechford Art Trail! Arts In The Yard is leading a large scale art and movement project that will culminate in a new walking trail launching Summer 2018. Co-funded by … Continue reading

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Man charged with murder following Handsworth shooting

A man has been charged with murder following a fatal shooting in Handsworth on Tuesday (22 May). Anib Khan, aged 23, was arrested by Kent Police as he tried to board a ferry in Dover later that night. He was … Continue reading

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Home Secretary speaks to the Police Federation in Birmingham

Has Theresa may finally appointed a Home Secretary that will support the public and the police in trying to reduce crime by talking the talk and walking the walk? I say this because B26 like most national papers, TV stations … Continue reading

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Force issues warning violent crime will not be tolerated

West Midlands Police has insisted violent crime will not be tolerated and the force will leave no stone unturned in tackling the terror of guns and knives – as it extends the firearm surrender for another week. Parts of Birmingham … Continue reading

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West Midlands Police news update

Teen charged with Sutton Coldfield murder as parents pay tribute to son, Ozell Detectives investigating the fatal stabbing of 16-year-old Ozell Pemberton have this evening charged a teenager with murder. The 17-year-old from Lozells will appear before Birmingham’s magistrates court … Continue reading

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Carers week

With the arrival of the sunshine and the lighter evenings, it’s the time of year when many of us start planning ahead for the summer months and looking for ways to fill the longer days with activities fit for all the family. At Birmingham Carers Hub, … Continue reading

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