Two men have been arrested after cannabis plants and ketamine were found at a property in Lichfield.
The 23-year-olds were arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply when officers executed a drugs warrant just before 7am today (May 1).
Staffordshire Police have announced a 9% drop in crime throughout the county. The figures show that between April 2012 and March 2013 crime fell from 65, 559 to 59, 403. Police and crime commissioner Mathew Ellis said “It’s a real tribute to police officers and staff that, at the time when budgets are shrinking, [...]
A new plan for tackling crime across Staffordshire is set to be unveiled after getting a seal of approval from the Prime Minister.
David Cameron visited the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis to learn about his “ambitious” ideas for the region.
Two Romanian men have been jailed after admitting stealing railway cable in Staffordshire and Cheshire.
Constantin Trahimov, 21, of Norton Crescent, Birmingham, pleaded guilty to two counts of theft and was sentenced to two years eight months in jail, while Daniel Nicula, 21, of Percy Road, Birmingham, pleaded guilty to one count of theft and was sentenced to two years one month behind bars.
A man has tried to rob a Staffordshire off-license with a crossbow.
The incident happened at the Why Not shop in Belt Road, Hednesford at 9pm on Saturday (April 13).
An elderly woman in Cannock has lost £400 after being duped by a bogus workman.
She paid the money after being told trees were blocking drains at her property on Littleworth Road – but no work was carried out.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a purse was stolen from an elderly couple’s home in Tamworth.
A man visited a property on Hamble at around 11am on February 28 and had a discussion with the residents, who later discovered the purse was missing.
Vandals went on a wrecking spree in Tunstall, damaged cars and smashing a corner shop window.
Sixteen cars had tyres slashed or wing mirrors damaged and Greenway Convenience Store had window smashed after a rock was thrown through it.
A CCTV image has been released of a man who police believe stole food in Tamworth.
He entered the BP Express Store on Upper Gungate at 9.50pm on February 5 and left without paying for a number of items.