A Walsall man has received prison sentences totalling 17 years following two separate investigations into drug and money laundering offences.
Popinder Singh Kandola, aged 54, from Skip Lane, was jailed for 10 years in January at Birmingham Crown Court after being found guilty of conspiracy to supply heroin and money laundering
The National Crime Agency case can only now be reported as Kandola was involved in a second trial at Bristol Crown Court.
Brave traffic officers, who risked a head-on collision to prevent an elderly dementia sufferer from crashing into oncoming cars as he drove the wrong way on the motorway, have been honoured.
PCs Craig Graves and Steven Hudson have received a Chief Constable’s Commendation for bravery after safely stopping the man’s Honda Jazz as it travelled at 70mph towards them in August 2014, ensuring both the 77-year-old and other road users remained uninjured.
An area of Birmingham is about to become a "no-go zone" for troublemakers and mini-moto menaces.
Officers in Bartley Green have used new legislation in a bid to prevent groups acting anti-socially and stop people tearing around on quad bikes in Senneleys and Woodgate Valley Parks.
A man who killed his friend of nearly 20 years at Christmas after a falling out and then hid his body in a cellar, has today (Monday 27 July) been jailed for life.
Stuart Millership, who has been told he must serve a minimum of 25 years in prison, was caught by police after he then used the dead man’s car to do his Christmas shopping.