Detectives have released CCTV following an unprovoked attack on a man standing outside a Sparkbrook supermarket earlier this year.
The 24-year-old local man was waiting with his pushbike outside East & West Supermarket in Ladypool Road on 26 February just before 4.30pm when a couple pushing a pushchair walked past. The man from the couple returns seconds later and punches the man with the bike in the face seemingly for no reason.
A Dudley man will appear at court next month (September) charged with a sexual assault on a bus in Cradley Heath, earlier this year.
Carl Percival, aged 59, from Church Road, Netherton, was charged on 21 August and bailed to appear at Sandwell Magistrates Court on 17 September.
Three men will appear at Birmingham Magistrates Court today (Wednesday) charged in connection with disorder in Sparkbrook in early July.
Fazal Khan, 34, and Pierzada Khan, 32, both from Sparkbrook and security guard Asif Iqbal, 27, from Sparkhill have been charged with two counts of attempt murder and one count of conspiracy to cause grievous bodily harm with intent.
Two men have handed themselves in to police after detectives issued a CCTV appeal yesterday (Wednesday 26 August) in relation to a sexual assault in Rednal.
The images were released after a woman was attacked in taxi in the early hours of Sunday 29 June after leaving the Old Hare and Hounds pub on Lickey Road.
A Birmingham man has been jailed for more than seven years after car-jacking an Audi with a toddler inside − and then dropping the boy through a window on realising he was still strapped in his child seat.
Lee Southall (pictured), of no fixed address, stole the car in Francis Road, Stechford, last September having flagged it down on the pretence of asking for directions. On Friday (Aug 22) he was jailed for seven-and-a-half years.
Two West Midlands Police Spaniels are swapping Solihull for Seoul as they help protect South Korea’s buildings from the threat of troublesome termites.
While their four legged colleagues may be more accustomed to helping officers sniff out weapons, drugs, cash, stolen items or explosives, Olivia and Oxo have made the 5,500 mile journey to Asia to sniff-out the destructive insects.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a motorcyclist was killed in a collision in Birmingham at the weekend.
The 25-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash on Packington Avenue in Kitts Green just before 8pm on Sunday (24 August).
On a sunny afternoon in July, Darren Cobb and Luke Cherry clock-in at the Central Motorway Police Group’s base just off the M6 near Perry Barr.
They’ve just finished their day jobs and are preparing to patrol some of the region’s busiest roads in their roles as volunteer police officers.
A Birmingham man has appeared in court, accused of child abduction, in connection with the disappearance of a West Bromwich teenager.
Mohammed Khan, of Arundel Place, Sparkhill was arrested when police visited his flat on Saturday morning (23 August).
West Midlands Police has launched two key elements of the Best Use of Stop and Search scheme, Home Secretary Theresa May announced today.
While stop and search is undoubtedly an important police power, when it is misused it can be counter-productive. It can be an enormous waste of police time and, when innocent people are stopped and searched for no good reason, it is hugely damaging to the relationship between the police and public