Stoke City striker Saido Berahino has been banned from driving for 30 months and forced…
A shop keeper was taken to court this week after selling illegal cigarettes in Tunstall.
Appearing at Stafford Crown Court yesterday (March 21), Jason Wilsher, 20, was found guilty by a jury of the murder of 87-year-old, Arthur Gumbley and conspiracy to commit robbery in November 2017.
Staffordshire locals have expressed their disappointment at the criminal justice system this week after a…
A Burslem man has been sectioned for racially abusing a doctor and threatening to bite his face off, a court heard.
Asjad Arbab, of Rushton Road, Burslem, threatened to break Dr Stephen Tuck’s ribs, bite his face off and verbally abused the doctor, calling him a “white piece of s**t” in August 2017, Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court was told.
A new video link to court that let’s victims give evidence from a safe environment, has open this week in Staffordshire.
Alder Lodge video links mean that some of the most vulnerable witnesses and victims will be able to give evidence without having to enter a courtroom.
A personal trainer from Stoke-on-Trent has been jailed for sexually touching women while giving them recovery massages.
Mohsen Dastvard, 37, of Baird Court, Burslem, pleaded guilty to the charges on February 2.
A Uttoxeter man pretended to be a vet to sell off puppies using fraudulent paperwork, a court heard.
Kelvin Brown, 33, of Heathfield Road, Uttoxeter, fraudulently signed documents claiming number of puppies on Trippyhills Farm in Staffordshire, had been correctly vaccinated by his cousin, Lucy Guntripp.
A woman has been handed a 12-month suspended prison sentence and banned from driving for five years after she crashed into two vehicles and fled the scene while more than two times over the drink-drive limit.
Nicola Lawton, 31, of Moorhan Way, Packmoor, was driving an Audi A3 through Newchapel, Newcastle-under-Lyme, on December 20 last year when she crashed into a bus with two passengers on board.
Ex-Crewe Alexandra youth coach Barry Bennell has been found guilty of a further three charges of sex offences against boys.
The 64-year-old, who also worked for a short time at Stoke City, was convicted at Liverpool Crown Court today (February 15).