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  • Carlton sales manager in court for £28k fraud

    By sarahlnewall at 12:03 on 30/05/13
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    A SALES engineer has been accused of a £28,000 fraud. Daniel Glasby, 40, of Greenwood Road, Carlton, is said to have dishonesty abused his position at Antony Grice Plumbing and Heating Ltd, High Street, Stapleford, on May 1 last year. He is further charged with perverting the course of justice at Beeston Police Station between November 6, and November 16 last year. He was allegedly sending e-mails to a police officer...
  • In Nottingham's courts...

    By sarahlnewall at 08:59 on 24/05/13
    A MAN is due in court accused of stealing joints of beef and pork.  Christopher McNeill, 31, of Conway Road, Carlton, allegedly stole two joints of beef and four pork joints from the Co-op, Netherfield, on May 15.  He is also charged with stealing four beef joints from Co-op, Netherfield, on May 11. He is on conditional bail to attend Nottingham Magistrates' Court on June 13. In another case a man was sentenced to 12 weeks...
  • Yobs' pointless attack on Carlton home causes distress to pensioners

    By sarahlnewall at 09:22 on 22/05/13
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    TWO pensioners were left shaken after youths attacked their Carlton home in the early hours of Saturday morning. The couple, who live in Lymington Gardens, off Carlton Road, and wish to remain anonymous, had their front door and two double-glazed windows smashed through. Their front garden was trashed as well. The 74-year-old woman was woken by the attack at around 3.30am and rushed to alert her 78-year-old husband, who said:...
  • In Nottingham's courts...

    By sarahlnewall at 09:45 on 21/05/13
    EMMA Goodfellow, 37, of Carlton Hill, Carlton, has been fined £70 for not having a licence for her television on December 11 last year.  She admitted the offence by post. Magistrates in Nottingham also ordered her to pay a £20 victim surcharge and costs of £45.
  • Police issue ban to stop car cruising in Carlton

    By sarahlnewall at 09:31 on 21/05/13
    CARLTON Police are reminding would-be car cruisers of an injunction issued last year after sightings of vehicles at former problem spots. Between six and eight vehicles were seen at the Victoria Retail Park, Netherfield, on the weekends of April 20-21 and 27-28. An injunction was issued in April 2012, after groups of more than 200 motorists were disturbing residents and businesses with their behaviour. More than a year on, police...

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