Crime & Court

22 people have died, and a further 59 were injured by the blast

Teresa Pearce

Do you recognise this person? In the video a hooded person rips the wingmirror off a van


Officers have thanked everyone who assisted in the search

Kent Police

Officers will be in Bexleyheath Library today raising awareness of hate crimes

Bexley police

An event takes place later this month

Bexley police

Donna Nails and Tanning let a 16-year-old book a sunbed session


A national day of action took place against the doorstep crimes on Wednesday

Environment Agency

The convicted had displayed the badge of his deceased grandfather

Bexley Magistrates Court

The woman has not been arrested but the video has been taken off social media sites

Bexley Police

The child’s mother spoke out on Facebook about the incident


Violence broke out among Charlton Athletic fans at the match in Selhurst Park in September 2015


The robbers are reported to have stolen a quantity of gold jewellery

Kent Police

Mirza Mispa Beg, 29, will appear in magistrates court today

Kent Police

Sam Donnegan, 25, from Welling, Colin Kitto, 49, from Eltham, Daniel Boylett, 36, from Eltham, and Billy Cowcher, 32, from Eltham will be sentenced on April 28


George Morley, 19, from Erith, Joseph Le, 20, from Mottingham, and Dwaine Martindale, 19, from Mottingham were all sentenced on March 31

Benjamin Egbujor, 55, of Harold Avenue, Belvedere, and his secretary were jailed on March 31

Inner London Crown Court

Andy McConville, 48, from Rochester, and Sam Donegan, 25, from Welling were both charged with football violence

Croydon Crown Court

Regine Tezangi, 52, received hundreds of pounds from women so that she’d sit their test for them

Southwark Crown Court

As police make an appeal for anyone with information on the killer to come forward, we look at what is known so far

Met Police

They have stated that the terrorism threat in the UK is ‘severe’

Kent Police

The court was told how a punch was thrown at the eagle mascot Kayla

Croydon Crown Court

The council is urging people to pick up their own dog mess

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