Chichester Police - Weekly Bulletin 4th February to 10th February 2019

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Weekly Bulletin – Chichester District
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Monday 4th February to 10 February 2019
News and appeals
Numerous arrests were made over this week.  Offences include drug driving, actual bodily harm, possession of Class A, domestic assault, drunk and disorderly, grievous bodily harm, threats to kill, criminal damage, shoplifting, breach of the peace, theft of motor vehicle, drug driving, harassment, possession of Class B drug, going equipped, stalking and wanted on warrant. 
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New Road Safety Initiative targets speeding and red light offenders
The following press release has been issued on behalf of the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership.
Drink-Driver ends up in ditch on New Year’s Day
Police responding to an unrelated incident discovered the white Vauxhall Insignia in a ditch on the B2201 Selsey Road at Donnington, near Chichester, about 4.42 am on 1 January.
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Neighbourhood Crime Summary (Burglary, Vehicle Crime, Criminal Damage)
Chichester (WC1)
During this week, 3 deliberate ignition of bins in the City Centre were reported.  One in St Andrews Court, East Street and two in North Street, Chichester.  Serials 1034 4/2, 0101 5/2 and 0451 9/2 apply.
Woodfield Park Road, Emsworth – On Monday 4 February a vehicle was broken into and bag and purse stolen.  Serial 0131 4/2
Broom Hills, Tangmere, Chichester – On Monday 4 February a vehicle was broken into.  Low level items were stolen from the vehicle.  Serial 0302 4/2
Osborn Drive, Tangmere – On Monday 5 February a vehicle was broken into but nothing of value stolen.  Serial 0652 5/2
Newells Lane, West Ashling. – On Sunday 10 February we received a report of a garage break where a high value bike was stolen.  Serial 0438 10/2
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)
East Bracklesham Drive, Bracklesham Bay – Overnight into Thursday 7 February a building site was broken into and high value dumper truck stolen.  Serial 0228 07/02
Main Road, Birdham – On Sunday 10 February we received a report of 2 sheds being broken into.  Serial 0338 10/2
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)
Slade Lane, Rogate – On Thursday 7 February we received a report of an outbuilding being broken into and two blue Yamaha Off Road Motorcycles and a bike being stolen.  Serial 0243 7/2
New Road, Haslemere – Overnight into 8 February a number of vehicles had their tyres slashed or damaged in the road.  Serial 0169 08/02
Danley Lane, Linchmere – On Saturday 9 February a shed was broken into and hedge trimmers stolen.  Serial 0745 09/02
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