PUBLISHED: 18:00 31 January 2019 Jason Noble Local democracy reporter Dog fouling in Ipswich could feature more stringent punishment if extended under a public space protection order. Picture: ARCHANT Archant Tougher penalties on dog fouling and defecating and urinating in public could come into force in Ipswich if plans to extend a public protection order win support. Alasdair Ross said the public consultation had featured a good response. Picture: LUCY TAYLORA public consultation was launched last summer on whether to extend an existing public space protection order (PSPO) for street drinking – an order which cracks down on a specific issue in a community.The consultation was seeking views on extending it to dog fouling, defecating or urinating in public, gangs loitering, use of drugs and legal highs and anti-social vehicle use.The results of the consultation on the dog fouling and street defecating have been published ahead of next week’s … [Read more...] about Should fines be tougher for people defecating in the street?
Updated PUBLISHED: 15:12 01 December 2018 | UPDATED: 17:17 01 December 2018 Will Jefford A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after the death in Meridian Rise, Ipswich. Picture: WILL JEFFORD Archant Neighbours have reacted with shock after a man was arrested suspicion of murder following a woman’s death in an Ipswich home. A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after the death in Meridian Rise, Ipswich. Picture: WILL JEFFORDPolice were called to an address in Meridian Rise, near Cemetery Road, earlier this morning following a call from paramedics at 8.20am, who found the deceased woman, aged in her 40s, in the property.Residents living in the road appeared shocked at the news of the death, which is being treated as suspicious.A man, also aged in his 40s, has been arrested and taken to Martlesham Police Investigation Centre for questioning.Alicia Remirez, who lives in Meridian Rise, spoke of her surprise at the news. “I … [Read more...] about Residents’ shock at Ipswich death as man arrested on suspicion of murder
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PUBLISHED: 10:36 16 July 2018 | UPDATED: 10:36 16 July 2018 Jason Noble Local democracy reporter a homeless person sleeping in a doorway saints4757 Concerns have been raised that plans to introduce additional policing powers in Ipswich will be “criminalising behaviours that are not in themselves a crime”. Oliver Holmes said it would criminalise behaviour that is not a crime Picture: SIMON PARKER Ipswich Borough Council’s executive last week agreed to launch a public consultation on extending public space protection orders (PSPOs) in the town. Currently, the order only applies to street drinking, but proposals were put forward to extend this to gangs loitering, use of drugs and legal highs in public, anti-social vehicle use, defecating in public and dog fouling. But concerns have been raised that the orders could be used inappropriately on groups and families, or could be used to target homeless people. Oliver Holmes, Ipswich borough councillor for the St … [Read more...] about Plans for Ipswich public protection orders will ‘criminalise behaviour that is not a crime’ objectors warn
By Madalyn Mendoza, mySanAntonio.com Published 1:55 pm, Wednesday, May 9, 2018 Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 @armiehammer: "I just spent some time google-ing (googling?) Lt. Col. Oliver North (new head of the NRA)... turns out he was arrested and charged with illegally selling guns to Iran. He also lied to Congress about it. Nice." less @armiehammer: "I just spent some time google-ing (googling?) Lt. Col. Oliver North (new head of the NRA)... turns out he was arrested and charged with illegally selling guns to Iran. He also lied to Congress ... more Armie Hammer discovers who Oliver North is and Twitter is charmed 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Twitter is both celebrating and questioning San Antonio actor Armie Hammer, who, it seems, just learned about the Iran-Contra affair. Interested by the appointment of Oliver North as president of the National Rifle Association, Hammer went on a not-so-deep dive into history, finding what many already … [Read more...] about Armie Hammer discovers who Oliver North is and Twitter is charmed