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Latest Cheadle police updates

By Cheadle Post and Times  |  Posted: February 22, 2014

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CHEADLE police has issued the latest witness appeals and crime updates affecting the Cheadle and District area.

Sometime between 5pm on Wednesday, February 12, and 9am on Friday, February 14, two market stalls were damaged to the value of around £80 on the outdoor market, High Street, Cheadle.

Any witnesses or anyone with information can contact PC 5242 Dave Stubbs quoting VDU 143 of 14/02/14.

At approximately 9.45pm on Tuesday, February 11, fuel was stolen from two Wagons at W G Tankers, Waterhouses.

A white male offender wearing a dark hooded top was seen to take the diesel and make his escape in a vehicle.

Any witnesses or anyone with information can they please contact PC Bolam or PCSO Flowers at Cheadle Police.

Police are investigating complaints of nuisance vehicles at Moneystone Quarry.

People are breaking into the grounds and racing around the quarry in 4 x 4 vehicles and bikes. This is occurring at weekends and in particularly on Sunday mornings.

Staff from the quarry are particularly concerned as it is not safe for people to do this as it is a working quarry.

Staffordshire Police will be paying attention in the area.

At approximately 10.50pm on Thursday, February 6, police were called to a disturbance in Queens Street, Cheadle

On arrival Police were confronted by group of drunken youths who were causing a nuisance.

A male made allegations that he had been assaulted and two 19-year-old males from Cheadle were arrested on suspicion of assault. Further to this an 18-year-old female and 15-year-old female were also arrested by police for being drunk and disorderly.

As a result of this incident Lucy Clowes, aged 18, from Ness Grove, Cheadle, has been charged with being drunk and disorderly and bailed to appear at North Staffs justice Centre.

A 15-year-old female has been referred to Staffordshire Police Youth Offending Team.

The two males arrested for the assault have been bailed pending further enquiries.

Anyone with further information can they contact PC 5242 Stubbs of Cheadle Police on 101 quoting VDU 603 of 06/02/14.

On Tuesday, February 4, at approximately 7.45am a three vehicle Road Traffic Collision occurred outside Daisy Bank Nursing Home, Leek Road Cheadle between a white Berlingo Van, a black Ford Focus and a Black BMW.

No serious injuries were received by any party although the road was blocked for a time and traffic problems were caused in the area throughout the rush hour period.

Staffordshire Police are investigating the collision.

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