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A lorry driver from King's Lynn who caused a crash that killed a police officer has been found guilty of causing death by dangerous driving.
28-year-old Darren Warby was responding to a text message on his phone when the collision happened on the A141 at Wyton near Huntingdon in June 2014.
His lorry crashed into police officer Sharon Garret's Renault Clio as well as another car and lorry.
He was also breaking the speed limit at the time of the incident.
Warby was convicted at Peterborough Crown Court today and will be sentenced next month.
This was a tragic incident which claimed the life of a police officer.
But the evidence heard in court showed it could have been avoided and it really drives home the message that using a mobile phone at the wheel can have fatal consequences.
Use of a mobile phone will be picked up by officers investigating the causes behind any collision and it’s an offence taken very seriously by police and the courts.
The post mortem examinations on the bodies of a man and woman in West Norfolk have confirmed that they died from gunshot wounds.
Stephen and Allison Muncaster were found dead at a property in Magdelan, near King's Lynn on Tuesday.
There will now be an inquest into their deaths at a later date.
We would like to reiterate that we are not looking for anyone else in connection with this incident and are in the process of preparing a file for the coroner.
Post-mortem examinations will be carried out today on the bodies of a man and woman who were found dead in a West Norfolk village.
Stephen Muncaster and his partner Allison were found at a property in Stow Road in Magdalen, near King's Lynn, in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
The property remains sealed off as officers carry out enquiries in the area.
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This is extremely shocking and my thoughts are very much with the family and friends of those involved. Obviously the investigation is ongoing and I know the police are out in the community speaking to local residents about what has taken place. I have asked the Chief Constable to keep me updated on developments.
A man and woman in their late 40s have died in a shooting in a Norfolk village.
The body of a man was discovered in the front garden of a property while the woman's body was found inside.
The pair were found dead just after midnight on Tuesday in Stow Road, Magdalen, Norfolk police said.
A seal remains in place at the property for forensic examinations to continue and the road has also been closed to preserve the scene for further investigation.
Detective Superintendent Paul Durham, who is leading the investigation, said: "We are in the very early stages of the investigation and while I understand how shocking the news of this incident must be for neighbours of the two people involved and other local residents, I can reassure them that we are putting all our efforts into establishing the circumstances surrounding their deaths.”
Norfolk police are currently at the scene of an incident in west Norfolk, in the village of Magdalen near King's Lynn.
Reports suggest there could have been a double shooting.
More details to follow.
Britain's new state-of-the-art fighter jets have made their first flight over their future home in West Norfolk.
The F-35 Lightnings will be based at RAF Marham from 2018 as part of the newly formed 617 squadron, formerly known as the Dambusters.
The planes are equipped with laser-guided missiles and bombs and have a range of 1,300 miles.
The beauty of the F-35 is that it can do many, many, many missions.
Unlike our legacy platforms that may have been fought to be a fighter or a bomber, this airplane can pretty much do any everything, including intelligence gathering.
So it's a jack-of-all trades, but it's exceptionally good at them all.
Officers in the King's Lynn area are reminding residents to keep their sheds locked and secure.
The warning comes following a number of recent shed break-ins in the area where items such as lawn mowers and tools have been stolen.
Officers are advising homeowners of simple crime prevention measures as sheds and insecure outdoor buildings are often targets to opportunistic thieves.
- Fit good quality locks 1/3 up and 1/3 down on the door, alternatively use a shed bar to increase security
- Do not neglect the hinge either side and use security screws or bolts through their fixings
- Secure the windows with a weld mesh or a crime shield product secured from the inside
- If your storage area is under your surveillance or within earshot, fit a security light to deter the thief and alert you to activity near your shed or use a shed alarm, which sounds if the shed door is forced open.
- Store high value items in the home
- Use padlock & chain to secure item such as lawn mowers to a heavy anchor point, and cable alarms can be used to link several items together
- Fit curtains or blinds to windows to obscure contents
- Keep a list of everything of value with make and model details & serial numbers with photographs if possible.
Most shed breaks are carried out by opportunist thieves, therefore please ensure that you lock and secure your shed and garage. In the meantime, I would urge residents to be vigilant and report any suspicious behaviour to police on 101 or call 999 if you believe a crime is in progress.