Symphathy for the little boy, another example of complaining after the event which is quite normal these days for most things. I have seen a car parked on the road (legite) where the pavement is very narrow. The car owner got something from the passengers seat, left the door open and went into a house close by without any consideration for those who use the pavement. No one could get past and when ...
A toddler in Dawlish suffered a shocking wound to his head - which his dad has blamed on an inconsiderate pavement parker. He had been walking with his mum and five-year-old brother Jack before being left bloody with wide cut to his head. He was rushed to the accident centre at Dawlish Hospital nearby. Read more... ...
The court heard that 18 window panes at Dawlish Baptist Church were allegedly smashed with a hammer The trial of a 52-year-old woman accused of smashing windows at Dawlish Baptist Church has been adjourned. Read more... http://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/woman-accused-smashing-church-windows-768843
Do we have any CCTV, someone must know something about this, idiots.
Six different vehicles damaged by ‘corrosive substance’ in Dawlish See more... http://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/six-different-vehicles-damaged-corrosive-761736
Also a grey vauxhall insignia parked along upper longlands betwen 22:00 hrs and 08:00 hrs on wed 1/11 and thur 2/11. A corrosive substance was poured onto the car causing extensive damage to the paintwork.
POLICE have praised the courage of two young victims after two men were found guilty of plying them with drink and drugs and having sex with them. Full Article: http://www.middevonadvertiser.co.uk/article.cfm?id=110404&headline=Men%20face%20jail%20for%20underage%20sex%20and%20drugs%20orgy§ionIs=news&searchyear=2017
Police are appealing for witnesses after the paintwork on the car was damaged when offenders threw the ‘corrosive substance’ over the roof and bonnet DevonLive: http://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/corrosive-substance-thrown-over-car-753865
A 70-year-old woman was left terrified after a fire started at her home this morning. The woman had to be treated by medics after the incident in South Devon just after 6am. Three crews from Dawlish, Middlemoor and Teignmouth were mobilised following the call from the distressed woman. Read more... http://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/70-year-old-woman-terrifed-721876
Aleasha Scibilia was desperate for drugs or money to buy them and ransacked the other woman's room before stealing morphine, methadone, an iPad, money and jewellery. Scibilia also went shoplifting in Dawlish and Teignmouth on four occasions to get items which she could sell to raise cash to feed her heroin habit. Read more... ...