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Crime Sheet 25/10/04 to 31/10/04

Contributed by editor on Nov 04, 2004 - 09:38 PM


COUNTRY EYE  & NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH Crime Sheet 25/10/04 to 31/10/04

<FONT color=navy>26/10/04
Between 1830hrs & 2200hrs 26/10/04
Theft
FRONT GARDEN HERON FORSTAL AVENUE HAWKINGE, FOLKESTONE

IP has come home from work and the 8 solar lights were still in the front garden. o­n looking out just now IP has seen 5 of the lights are missing and o­nly the 3 remain nearest to the house

<FONT color=navy>28/10/04
Between 0645hrs 27/10/04 & 0850hrs 28/10/04
Damage
ELVINGTON LANE HAWKINGE, FOLKESTONE

IP has found the front bedroom window broken, and stone lying o­n the ground outside.

<FONT color=navy>28/10/04
At 2155hrs 28/10/04
SECTION 5 WORDS / BEHAVIOUR - HARASSMENT ALARM DISTRESS
CANTERBURY ROAD A260 HAWKINGE, FOLKESTONE

Police officers o­n patrol in Canterbury Road, Hawkinge in relation to the designated dispersal area. Police noticed a number of youths, approx 10-15 in number under the bus shelter outside Tesco's store. Police officers stopped and spoke to the youths and asked who was waiting for a bus. None of the youths were waiting for the bus so they were informed of the dispersal area and asked to move o­n. o­ne of the youths stated that they were waiting for a friend's parents to pick them up and became abusive The youth in question was asked not to swear and was informed that it was an offence to do so, and warned that should they continue they would be arrested. The youth was then informed that they would be taken home to parents because they were in the dispersal area. The youth then became abusive and was arrested for the offence of section 5 public order.

<FONT color=navy>28/10/04
At 2155hrs 28/10/04
SECTION 5 WORDS / BEHAVIOUR - HARASSMENT ALARM DISTRESS
CANTERBURY ROAD A260 HAWKINGE, FOLKESTONE

Police o­n patrol in Canterbury Road, Hawkinge in relation to the designated dispersal area. Police stopped and spoke to a number of youths who were standing at the bus stop outside the Tesco store. o­ne of the youths was arrested for abusive language. During the arrest offender became abusive to a police officer, swearing at him, offender was warned if they continued they would be arrested. Offender did not heed the advice and continued to swear and was arrested

<FONT color=navy>30/10/04
Between 2330hrs 29/10/04 & 0430hrs 30/10/04
Burglary
PROCTOR WALK HAWKINGE, FOLKESTONE

The IP went to bed at around 2330hrs 29/10/04 and woke up around 0430 30/10/04 and went downstairs to make himself a cup of tea. In order not to disturb his son, the IP did not switch any lights o­n until he reached the kitchen. When he switched the light o­n he noticed a small box lying o­n the dining room floor. He knew no reason why that would be there so he started looking around the house. The doors of the wall unit in the living room were open and some CD's were missing. He then noticed that other belongings were missing around the house. Police have attended scene and the external garage door was slightly open and the internal door from the garage into the house wasn't closed properly. The IP is sure that he locked the outer garage door but there appears to be no sign of forced entry.

<FONT color=navy>30/10/04
Between 1900hrs 29/10/04 & 0130hrs 30/10/04
Theft of Motor Vehicle
CRICKETERS CLOSE HAWKINGE, FOLKESTONE

W591YKP PIAGGIO Moped colour blue & green

<FONT color=navy>31/10/04
Between 0100hrs & 0400hrs 31/10/04
Burglary Other
PANNELL DRIVE HAWKINGE, FOLKESTONE

The IP stated that the garage front up and over door was left unlocked and insecure. Offender(s) have made a selective and tidy search and taken.  

5 X BOTTLES OF GIN.

6 X BOTTLES OF WINE

2 BOTTLES OF CHAMPAGNE.

1 X BOTTLE OF OOZO

2 LARGE PACKETS OF BATTERIES.

Quantity of cereal bars

If you have any information in relation to any crime. Please contact the Watch Office o­n 01304 218151 or ring
Crimestoppers 0800 555 111 You do not have to give your name and you maybe eligible for a reward.

To Report suspicious incidents and problems you cannot resolve yourself 01303 850055

or

To report crime that has happened to you and the offenders have gone 01303 289134

If you would like to help with Neighbourhood Watch or would like to know more about what is involved, you can contact the Neighbourhood Watch & Parish Liaison Office at Dover Police Station o­n 01304 218151