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Neil Acourt, along with his father-in-law Jack Vose, 63, from Bexley, and family friend Lee Birks, 55 from Orpington, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply class B drugs

Noye stabbed 21-year-old Stephen Cameron to death in a road-rage attach on the M25 in 1996

The incident happened in the early hours of Thursday morning

London Ambulance Service

the 56-year-old will return to the force after leaving for the Foreign Office two years ago

Bernard Hogan-Howe

Brett Dempster, 36, of Pennine Way, was ordered to pay a contribution to compensation of £150

Bexleyheath

Police widen net in bid to find those responsible for theft from Hazel Road building

A £12million package was announced by government on Sunday

Medway

No-one was killed but Jim Shaw, 73, of Thamesmead in Bexley suffered three broken ribs after he came off his motorbike to avoid the fallen bridge

Maidstone Crown Court

Patrick Michael Bradfield was sentenced on Thursday

Sexual Offences

Hundreds of boxes are set to be fitted around the borough

London Fire Brigade

Chief superintendent Stuart Bell took over as borough commander three months ago

Met Police

The cat’s owner is urging others to check their pets for signs of abuse

Brizzi dissolved Pc Gordon Semple in a tub of acid after murderering him

The amnesty started on Monday morning

London

Police are appealing for information

The individuals were also linked to offences in Croydon, Sutton and West Sussex

Metropolitan Police Service

Police have released CCTV footage of two suspects they wish to speak to

Witnesses have been urged to contact the police

Nearly 1,500 weapons have been recovered during previous weeks of action

London

Police are also investigating a burglary in Croydon and thefts in Sutton and West Sussex

Police are appealing for witnesses

London Ambulance Service

The incident happened over a month ago

Thousands of police officers will be asked if they want to be routinely armed in a major survey launched today (Monday, January 9).

Scotland Yard

The London mayor announced plans to increase the number of PCs in July last year

Sadiq Khan

Police had previously searched the woods where a dog walker found the pensioner’s remains

Brian Smart

The news follows a joint investigation by police in Kent and London

Kent Police

Beware of road closures and allow plenty of time for travel partygoers are told

British Transport Police

Two people have been released on bail

Bexley Trading Standards pursued a confiscation case against the fraudster

Peter Craske

They also assaulted and took their victim’s friend prisoner

The council has secured another five convictions for blue badge fraud

Alex Sawyer

Police have launched an appeal for information

Homicide and Major Crime Command

Allegations have been made against four Premier League sides

Sexual Offences

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