Category Archives: Crime

Teenager arrested in Thornton Heath over Tube bucket bomb

Police have begun a detailed search in what is described as a halfway house on St Paul’s Road, Thornton Heath, in connection with last week’s terrorist bucket bomb on a Tube train at Parsons Green, and follows the arrest at … Continue reading

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O’Connell’s 2020 vision is to stand down from City Hall role

WALTER CRONXITE reports on the latest decision by a Tory politician to jump before they get pushed by the electorate Steve O’Connell, the third-rate local politician with the first-rate public allowances income, has decided not to stand for re-election to … Continue reading

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Poundland removes knives from Thornton Heath shop window

Poundland in Thornton Heath has removed its display of large-bladed knives from its High Street shop window. The store’s management removed the deadly weapons from display within hours of Inside Croydon bringing the matter to the attention of one of … Continue reading

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Thornton Heath Poundland’s deadly shop window display

Croydon MP Sarah Jones made an important speech in parliament last night to call for a 10-year strategy to stem the rise of knife crime. And this morning, in the borough Jones represents, a retail store is flogging weapons in … Continue reading

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Guttering scammers rip off Norbury pensioner of life savings

Croydon Council has issued a borough-wide warning about what they are calling “heartless rogues who have taken a vulnerable older man, who has no immediate family, for everything they could”. A quote for clearing the guttering of an elderly man’s … Continue reading

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Station closures reducing time Coulsdon police spend on patrol

The police in Coulsdon are having to pack up and stop working before 8pm each night – at least in part because it takes them so long to get back to their nearest police station to finalise their paperwork. That’s … Continue reading

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Salter conviction revives claims of council cover-up over fraud

Sutton Seniors Forum was a charity established 20 years ago by the parents of Ruth Dombey, now the LibDem leader of Sutton Council. Yesterday’s conviction of her former colleague Alan Salter for defrauding it of thousands of pounds has revived … Continue reading

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