Tuesday 14th September 2021

Issue 1904

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Checked : Tuesday 14th September. Updated : Monday 13th September

  • Renewed appeal after armed robbery at Marden home
  • Appeal following assault in Broadstairs
  • Fatal collision near Goudhurst
  • Can you help find missing teenager from Medway?
  • Five police officers injured during collision in Dartford
  • Appeal following assault in Ramsgate nightclub
  • Two motorcyclists seriously injured in Medway
  • Appeal for information after robbery at Marden home

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Checked : Tuesday 14th September. Updated : Monday 13th September

  • Driver who caused fatal collision near Ashford is jailed
  • Margate PCSO and seafront businesses work together for a safe summer
  • Twelve arrests made after Swanley roundabout obstructed
  • Jail for man who attacked woman in Canterbury
  • Delays for motorists joining M25 near Swanley
  • Kent supporting national campaign to protect vulnerable road users
  • Men charged after thousands of cannabis plants found in Leysdown
  • School pupils in Dartford warned about online crime and encouraged to make good cyber ...
  • 95 people arrested during national week of action
  • Special Constable helps mum following Minster dog attack

Checked : Tuesday 14th September. Updated : Monday 13th September

  • Thousands of people to be invited to help NHS trial new cancer test

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Checked : Tuesday 14th September. Updated : Monday 13th September

  • House fire in Maidstone
  • Crews called to crash in Barming, Maidstone
  • Child rescued from a cave.
  • Fire caused by tumble dryer in Deal
  • Tumble dryer fire in Chatham

Checked : Tuesday 14th September. Updated : Friday 10th September

  • KCC to resume taking in Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children
  • New Bereavement Services Launch in Kent

Checked : Tuesday 14th September. Updated : Friday 10th September

  • Be alert to doorstep criminals - Keep Kent Safe

Checked : Tuesday 14th September. Updated : Friday 10th September

  • Recall: SFC - The Original SFC Bargain Box
  • Recall: Tesco / Jack's - 50% Less Fat Salad Cream

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Banking Protocol Stopped £32 Million Of Fraud In The First Half Of 2021

Are banks doing enough to prevent bank transfer scams?

Click HERE for full details on the Consumers' Association (Which?) website.

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Do You Trust Online Adverts?

Algorithms deliver ads to apparently best serve your shopping needs, but how much do you trust an online advert? Are they a help or hindrance?

Click HERE for full details on the Consumers' Association (Which?) website.

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Scam Watch: Winning A Competition You Didn't Enter

Being told you've won a competition may sound like great news at first, but think back - do you even remember entering one?

Click HERE for full details on the Consumers' Association (Which?) website.

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Don't Get Scammed By This Fake Wetherspoon Meal Voucher Competition

Facebook pages are claiming to giveaway free meal vouchers to use at the popular pub chain

Click HERE for full details on the Consumers' Association (Which?) website.

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Fraud Warnings Not Good Enough For Young Adults, Says Charity

"I never even heard of push payment fraud until I became a victim," Rudy told the BBC...

Click HERE for full details on the BBC website.

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Be Alert To Doorstep Criminals - Keep Kent Safe

As we enjoy the last of the summer sunshine, doorstep criminals will use this weather to their advantage and target vulnerable residents in Kent.

Click HERE for full details on the KCC Public Protection website.

Click the district to see its crime list.

West Kent North Kent & Medway


Road Works

Sevenoaks and Swanley

Checked : Tuesday 14th September. Updated : Friday 10th September

  • Council phone lines open for longer

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A Message From The Swanley Town Council Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group

"I enclose for circulation the PDF poster informing Swanley and Hextable residents of the forthcoming Swanley Council's Neighbourhood Plan consultancy venue and dates. The purpose of these meetings is to give all Swanley/Hextable residents the opportunity to view and discuss their Neighbourhood Plan prior to its submission to Sevenoaks District Council." Follow the link to download the poster...

Click HERE for full details on the e-watch.co website.

We have logged these crimes since the previous newsletter was issued:
If you have information about any of these crimes, please phone Kent Police on 101 and quote the Crime Report No.
Brasted, Chevening and Sundridge
Main Road
in Sundridge with Ide Hill
On Friday 10th of September between 08:15 and 11:45. Somebody broke into a residential property. The owner is still to provide a list of stolen items, if any.
Crime Report No. 46/172161/21
Dunton Green and Riverhead
Anthony Close
in Dunton Green
Between 23:00 on Monday 6th of September and 05:30 on Tuesday 7th of September. Somebody stole a secured bicycle from a garden.
Crime Report No. 46/170813/21
Eynsford
Riverside
in Eynsford
On Tuesday 7th of September around 18:27. Two men stole drinks and glasses from a pub. They were abusive and threatening to staff.
Crime Report No. 46/171215/21
Farningham, Horton Kirby and South Darenth
Eynsford Road
in Farningham
On Thursday 9th of September between 19:30 and 20:30. Somebody broke into a Ford Fiesta parked in a driveway and stole the bonnet and headlights.
Crime Report No. 46/171774/21
Halstead, Knockholt and Badgers Mount
Main Road
in Knockholt
Between 16:00 on Wednesday 8th of September and 11:00 on Thursday 9th of September. Somebody smashed a window of a vehicle parked in the road.
Crime Report No. 46/171147/21
Kemsing
Norman Close
in Kemsing
On Thursday 9th of September between 11:30 and 12:30. Somebody broke into a residential property and stole cash and jewellery.
Crime Report No. 46/173310/21
Beechy Lees Road
in Kemsing
On Saturday 11th of September around 02:15. Somebody stole a Mercedes, WR66***, from the road.
Crime Report No. 46/174138/21
Sevenoaks Kippington
White Hart Wood
in Sevenoaks
Between 23:00 on Thursday 9th of September and 05:00 on Friday 10th of September. Somebody stole a blue Mercedes C43 AMG, LM17***, from the road.
Crime Report No. 46/171895/21
Sevenoaks Town and St. John's
London Road
in Sevenoaks
On Thursday 9th of September around 15:31. Somebody damaged flowers outside a shop.
Crime Report No. 46/174230/21
Swanley Christchurch and Swanley Village
Goldsel Road
in Swanley
Between 22:00 on Monday 6th of September and 09:00 on Tuesday 7th of September. Somebody stole a garden waste bin from a residential garden.
Crime Report No. 46/171594/21
High Street
in Swanley
On Friday 10th of September around 20:00. Somebody stole fuel from a filling station.
Crime Report No. 46/174587/21
Swanley White Oak
Lullingstone Avenue
in Swanley
On Tuesday 31st of August. Somebody damaged a Vauxhall Vivaro and a Jaguar X-type in the road.
Crime Report No. 46/171238/21


Road Works

Tonbridge and Malling

We have logged these crimes since the previous newsletter was issued:
If you have information about any of these crimes, please phone Kent Police on 101 and quote the Crime Report No.
Borough Green and Long Mill
Roughway
in Plaxtol
On Wednesday 8th of September between 14:00 and 18:00. A group of young people in a car stole a bag from a farm field. The bag was found later in another field. They appear to have taken a water bottle from the bag.
Crime Report No. 46/171639/21
Burham and Wouldham
High Street
in Wouldham
Between 22:00 on Thursday 9th of September and 06:00 on Friday 10th of September. Somebody stole a Kymco motorbike, EU13***, from the road.
Crime Report No. 46/171738/21
Downs and Mereworth
Mill House Lane
in Addington
Between 18:00 on Thursday 9th of September and 06:07 on Friday 10th of September. Somebody broke into a shed at a residential property and stole sewing equipment.
Crime Report No. 46/172154/21
Snodland East and Ham Hill
Saltings Road
in Snodland
On Sunday 12th of September. Somebody stole a bicycle from a residential property.
Crime Report No. 46/173671/21
Vauxhall
Quarry Hill Parade
On Friday 10th of September around 08:40. Somebody stole a secured black bicycle from the road.
Crime Report No. 46/171888/21


Road Works

Tunbridge Wells

We have logged these crimes since the previous newsletter was issued:
If you have information about any of these crimes, please phone Kent Police on 101 and quote the Crime Report No.
Benenden and Cranbrook
The Street
in Benenden
On Monday 6th of September. Somebody vandalised public toilets.
Crime Report No. 46/171396/21
Goudhurst and Lamberhurst
The Plain
in Goudhurst
On Thursday 9th of September between 00:15 and 00:40. Somebody broke into a business property. They damaged a door. They do not appear to have taken anything.
Crime Report No. 46/171767/21
Paddock Wood East
Kent Close
in Paddock Wood
On Monday 6th of September between 00:01 and 17:01. Somebody stole a brick from a building.
Crime Report No. 46/170820/21
Paddock Wood West
Eastwell Close
in Paddock Wood
On Tuesday 7th of September between 00:01 and 23:59. Somebody bought a TV from a resident. They showed documentation of a bank transfer for the money but this appears to be fake.
Crime Report No. 46/170895/21
Park
Bayhall Road
Between 18:00 on Thursday 9th of September and 16:00 on Friday 10th of September. Somebody stole a grey Toyota Yaris, AY58***, from the road.
Crime Report No. 46/174200/21
Pembury
Church Road
in Pembury
On Sunday 12th of September. Somebody saw a group of men damage a wall.
Crime Report No. 46/173813/21
Sherwood
Longfield Road
Between 22:40 on Sunday 1st of August and 22:40 on Wednesday 1st of September. Somebody stole a pallet of storage boxes from a farm.
Crime Report No. 46/170828/21
Kingstanding Way
On Thursday 9th of September between 07:20 and 16:30. Somebody stole a food trailer from a car park.
Crime Report No. 46/171733/21
St. James'
Goods Station Road
Between 21:00 on Thursday 12th of August and 12:25 on Friday 13th of August. Somebody damaged the wing mirror and rear wipers of a vehicle parked in the road.
Crime Report No. 46/173362/21


Road Works

Maidstone

Checked : Tuesday 14th September. Updated : Monday 13th September

  • Additional SPI Committee meeting to focus on LPR Reg19
  • MBC consulting on use of Archbishops Palace
  • Come along to Maidstone Mela in Mote Park

We have logged these crimes since the previous newsletter was issued:
If you have information about any of these crimes, please phone Kent Police on 101 and quote the Crime Report No.
Boxley
Grovewood Drive South
in Boxley
On Saturday 11th of September around 03:33. Somebody saw two men try to steal a vehicle from the road.
Crime Report No. 46/174012/21
Bridge
Bower Street
On Monday 30th of August around 02:35. Somebody jumped over several fences in the neighbourhood damging some of them.
Crime Report No. 46/172883/21
Fant
Station Approach
On Friday 10th of September around 17:45. Somebody saw someone damage the wipers of a silver Ford Focus parked in the road.
Crime Report No. 46/174021/21
Harrietsham and Lenham
St. Welcumes Way
in Harrietsham
On Friday 10th of September between 04:00 and 06:20. Somebody broke into a residential property. They stole various items, including bank cards, tobacco, house keys and car keys. They stole a black Jaguar XF, OE64***, using the keys.
Crime Report No. 46/172094/21
Headcorn
Woollen Way
in Headcorn
On Saturday 4th of September between 00:01 and 23:59. Somebody stole from a residential property.
Crime Report No. 46/171855/21
High Street
Earl Street
Between 01:00 on Monday 6th of September and 20:30 on Wednesday 8th of September. Somebody stole a grey Peugeot 307, GL06***, from a shopping centre car park.
Crime Report No. 46/171770/21
Week Street
On Friday 10th of September. One of a group of young people threw a metal pole at the door of a shop smashing it.
Crime Report No. 46/172613/21
Church Street
Between 00:01 on Friday 10th of September and 08:05 on Saturday 11th of September. Somebody broke into a commercial property.
Crime Report No. 46/173174/21
Gabriels Hill
On Friday 10th of September between 00:01 and 23:30. Somebody broke into a residential property. They don't appear to have taken anything but caused damage.
Crime Report No. 46/173511/21
King Street
On Friday 10th of September between 17:00 and 18:00. Somebody stole an iPhone and cash from a locker at a gym.
Crime Report No. 46/172882/21
Marden and Yalding
The Cockpit
in Marden
On Saturday 11th of September. Somebody smashed two windows of a residential property.
Crime Report No. 46/174823/21
Park Wood
Buffkyn Way
On Wednesday 8th of September around 18:15. Somebody stole a wallet that had been mislaid. They tried to use a card from the wallet.
Crime Report No. 46/170876/21
Shepway North
Shepway Court
On Tuesday 24th of August between 00:01 and 08:02. Somebody broke into a residential property.
Crime Report No. 46/171006/21
Shepway South
Cambridge Crescent
On Monday 6th of September between 10:00 and 10:30. Somebody stole a bag containing two phones while the owner was on a bus.
Crime Report No. 46/170856/21
Northumberland Road
On Wednesday 8th of September around 17:12. Somebody threw an orange at shop window. There was no damage.
Crime Report No. 46/171697/21
South
Rushmead Drive
On Tuesday 7th of September between 09:00 and 12:55. Somebody stole the rear number plate from a Mercedes Sprinter parked in the road.
Crime Report No. 46/170850/21
Sutton Valence and Langley
Gullands
in Langley
On Friday 10th of September between 00:01 and 06:00. Somebody broke into a residential property. They stole a handbag and two bank cards. They took the keys of a Citroen Berlingo van, GF60***, and a blue Ford car, EY09***, then stole both of them.
Crime Report No. 46/172156/21