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Wesley McDonnell
Posted 5 November 2019

A callous burglar who targeted the Birmingham home of a World War II veteran has been jailed after West Midlands Police traced him from blood found on a broken window.

Posted 5 November 2019

Officers in Walsall have developed a scheme aimed at steering youngsters away from getting involved in crime and anti-social behaviour by improving their confidence and getting them involved in a range of team building exercises.

Ross O'Grady
Posted 5 November 2019

A former Walsall police officer was jailed last week (Wednesday 30 October) for child sex offences.

Ross O‘Grady originally pleaded not guilty to eight charges of sexual assault against three victims between 2014 and 2016.

Car accident
Posted 5 November 2019

Police are appealing for information after a man was seriously injured following a hit-and-run in Walsall last night (Monday 4 November).

The pedestrian was struck by a car on Lindon Road, Brownhills just before 7.30pm.

Posted 4 November 2019

The UK threat level from terrorism has today (Monday 4 November, 2019) been reduced to Substantial - meaning an attack is likely.

Karen Geddes
Posted 3 November 2019

An inspirational officer who has become West Midlands Police’s most senior black female bobby has received a national award for her leadership qualities.

Posted 2 November 2019

A team of enthusiastic neighbourhood police officers and community volunteers came together in the Brandwood ward in Birmingham yesterday (Friday 1 November) to organise a clean-up of the area.

Dwaine Junior Haughton
Posted 1 November 2019

A group of four men involved in the fatal shooting of a 24-year-old man as he sat in a parked car in Wolverhampton have been jailed for a combined total of 94 years.

Posted 1 November 2019
Detectives investigating a series of break-ins across the Black Country have today (1 November) charged a fourth man.
Car cruisers
Posted 1 November 2019

Scores of drivers have been sent official warnings by West Midlands Police after their cars were seen at an illegal cruising event.

Driver jumps into the back of the car
Posted 1 November 2019

This is the moment police brought a dangerous driver’s 137mph getaway to an end − before he jumped into the back seat of the car and claimed he wasn’t driving.

Officers used tactical contact to stop the Mini Cooper from driving the wrong way up an M6 slip road.

Posted 1 November 2019

Police are currently investigating a serious collision involving three cars on M6 Northbound in the early hours of this morning (Friday 1 November). 

Emergency services were called to reports of a collision on the M6 northbound between junction 5 and 6 for Spaghetti just after 4.30am.

Birmingham city centre view
Posted 31 October 2019

A man who attacked five Birmingham mosques with a sledgehammer has admitted religiously aggravated criminal damage.

Arman Rezazadeh, aged 34, smashed windows of five north Birmingham mosques in the early hours of 21 March this year, sparking widespread concern in the community.

Peter Salter
Posted 31 October 2019

The family of a 63-year-old pedestrian who died following a hit-and-run collision in Wolverhampton has today paid tribute to him.

police tape and officers managing a cordon
Posted 31 October 2019

Police investigating a double stabbing at a Halloween party in the Castle Vale area of Birmingham last night (Wednesday 30 October), are appealing for information.
Officers were called to an address on Blenheim Way just after 11.30pm, where two teenage boys had been injured.

Marcus Parchment
Posted 30 October 2019

A man has today, (Wednesday 30 October) been jailed for four years after pleading guilty to the manslaughter of Damien Howl in West Bromwich. 

Marcus Parchment, 42,  assaulted Mr Howl who was found with serious head injuries in an alleyway off Heath Lane at around 5:15am on 5 June.

Nabeel Choudhary
Posted 30 October 2019

*UPDATE: Choudhary was jailed for life with a minimum term of 27 years at Birmingham Crown Court on Friday 1 November*


A man has been found guilty of the murder of 34-year-old Yasir Hussain outside a takeaway in Dudley in December last year. 

(left to right) Roshane Daley, Samba Faal and Amadou Sarr
Posted 30 October 2019

Three Birmingham gang members have been jailed after attacking a rival while he was being led to a police car after being arrested.

Officers were at Skipton Road in Edgbaston to arrest the suspect when they noticed a black VW Golf parked outside a tower block.

Posted 30 October 2019

A builder who posted naked images of his then partner on swingers websites has been convicted following a two-year police investigation.

Posted 30 October 2019

Police are appealing for information after items belonging to a terminally ill man were stolen from New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton.

It’s understood that a woman claiming to be the man’s daughter turned up at the hospital and collected his valuables on 26 August.

Azra Williams
Posted 29 October 2019

A driver who went through a red light while on her mobile phone and ploughed into another car - killing the passenger - has been jailed after West Midlands Police extradited her from France to face justice.

Posted 29 October 2019

Police are appealing for information after a pedestrian was seriously injured following a collision in Dudley yesterday (28 October).

Officers were called after a man was struck by a car at the crossroads of Himley Road, Cinder Road and Bull Street just before 6pm.

Posted 29 October 2019

A knifeman who stabbed another man twice in the chest has been locked up after West Midlands Police identified and arrested him within two hours of the attack.

Antonio Russo
Posted 28 October 2019

Detectives investigating a fatal collision in Birmingham have released details of a man they are hunting for.

After extensive enquiries officers believe a man using the name Antonio Russo was driving the car which struck Rajesh Chand on the Soho Road in Handsworth on 31 August.

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