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Crime Report for Holt Park, Cookridge and Adel

October 11th, 2010 · 4 Comments · Uncategorized

The weekly crime report is in for Holt Park, Cookridge and Adel

Holt Park

Crime
There have been no burglaries to houses in the past week but a garage was
broken into by smashing a window on Otley Road, a bike, food and tools
were stolen.

There has also been a vehicle broken into on Holt Park Road, the window was smashed and the car searched.

On the 1st Oct Police searched a home on Holtdale Avenue relating to a drugs report, however nothing was found.

Anti Social Behavior
Local priority areas have been patrolled, no new reports of graffiti have
been found.

On the 30th Sept Police received a report of youths running over cars on Holt Farm Rise.

On the 1st Oct two harassment warnings were given to
residents on Holt Farm Close following an on going and escalating case of
neighbour disputes.

Police monitorng speeding in the area found 14 motorists speeding on Holt Lane.

Arrests of note
On the 3rd Oct a 36 year old female was arrested for an assault on a local resident on Holtdale Drive, further enquiries continue.

Cookridge

Cookridge has again remained crime free with no reported burglaries or
vehicle crime. There was of anattempted burglary nearby on Tinshill Road fortunately entry was not gained.

Anti Social Behavior
Local priorities have been patrolled, on the 28th Sept we received a report of
nuisance youths on Smithy Lane however when officers arrived all was
quiet.

On the 29th Sept there was a similar report on Cookridge Avenue, officers have
been trying to contact the caller but without success. Further enquiries
will follow.

Adel

Crime
Excellent news again for Adel with no reported burglaries or vehicle
crime. There was 1 crime reported on Wayland Croft where suspects
climbed onto a roof and removed some tiles, however they were disturbed and left empty handed.

Anti Social Behavior
On the 28th officers visited the old Eastmoor Site on Tile Lane, since
demolition started the site has quietened down considerably attracting far
less youths. However, on this occasion 3 were found and spoken to by
officers.

Police monitoring speeding in the area on 4th Oct found over 12 motorists in excess of the speed limit on Sir George Martin Drive.

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4 Comments so far ↓

  • jan

    Hi like the article updates
    Do you have any updates on the assult on holtpark on sat 11th oct as the rumours are that the victim has died.

    Also another garden thief of a garden landrover planter made of stone has been stolen from the garden today by two males they were seen and questioned by a member of the public and they were very abusive and saif that they had bought it from the owner for their grandmother. It does have identifing charaters which are not public yet so if you know where it is or who has got it please let me know as it was a pressie and very expensive only one on th estate
    Jan

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  • holtparktoday.com

    Hello Jan,

    We are pleased to hear you are finding our website useful! It’s good to hear that people in the local area are finding the articles interesting and even better that people like you are taking the time to interact and leave comments.

    We attend the Holt Park Tenants and Residents Association meeting held today (14th of October 2010) held at Ralth Thoresby High School. The incident you mention about the assault out side The Eyrie Pub was addressed by the local PCSO who was in attendance at the meeting gave the following information.

    “The person who was assaulted close to the Eire pub suffered from a fractured skull and is in a critical condition in hospital and is not currently in a condition in which he is able to help police with their inquires. There have been 3 arrests related to the incident, two people have been released on bail and a third person was remanded in custody.”

    The issue of the stolen garden ornament was also raised at meeting. If you have a picture of the item or can find a picture of a similar item, we would be happy to run an article in a quest to help you find and recover the stolen item.

    Thank you once again for leaving a comment. If you see any other articles that interest you then please leave us more comments. We hope to hearing from you again very soon :)

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