Three men have been arrested this morning from across Birmingham as part of an ongoing operation to tackle drug dealers.
Officers from Birmingham along with the Serious and Organised Crime Unit searched houses and businesses across Rowley Regis, Bordesley Green and Kitts Green as part of the long-standing operation to tackle the importation and supply of drugs.
Six more men have appeared before Birmingham Magistrates Court this morning (Wednesday) accused of violent disorder at a protest by the English Defence League last year.
The group were charged last month with crimes that allegedly took place when the EDL staged a demonstration in Centenary Square on 20 July 2013.
A burglar who was found with a stun gun disguised as a mobile phone when he was arrested in Birmingham has been jailed.
Police found the illegal firearm in the foot well of Marvin Forbes’ VW Golf when they stopped him on Queens Road, Aston in March.
The 25-year-old had used the car as part of a burglary in Solihull the previous day, during which he acted as the getaway driver.
Police want to trace two smartly dressed men from the West Midlands who could have recorded important evidence during a trip to Brighton.
A 22-year-old man was left fighting for his life after he was assaulted in Castle Square, Brighton, shortly before 5am on Sunday 10 August.
New powers aimed at tackling anti-social behaviour are set to support and empower communities, target troublemakers and contribute towards devising long-term solutions.
The so called ‘Community Trigger’ is a key component of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime & Policing Act 2014 that will see police and partners – including councils and housing groups – pulling closer together to combat persistent problems.
A 12-year-old girl has been found safe after going missing from her Balsall Heath home earlier this week (18 August).
Eltaje Aiken was located by police in Birmingham this morning, two days of searches to find the youngster.
Police are urging the public to help them find a Birmingham man who has been missing for almost a month.
Aubrey Jarret, aged 24, was last seen on Broadway Avenue in Bordesley Green on Tuesday 22nd July.
Brave police officers prevented a serious collision on the M6 toll after a vehicle was spotted driving the wrong way on the motorway last night (19 August).
Officers from the force traffic unit and the Central Motorway Police Group (CMPG) were sent to the motorway at around 9.50pm where they located the Honda Jazz heading south on the northbound carriageway in the Sutton Coldfield area near to the junction with the A38.