A prolific South Holland offender has been deported to Poland.
Since 2010, Spalding police had arrested 26 year-old Lucasz Jalocha dozens of times in relation to theft, burglary and drugs offences. His offences even included the criminal damage of a cell door whilst in custody for another crime.
He was last imprisoned for a burglary at a Spalding shoe shop last September.
Deportation orders of this nature are usually reserved for offenders who have served sentences of two years or more, and Jalocha’s maximum term had been 15 weeks. However a special case was made due to the rising number of offences he had been charged with.
There was disappointment today for Sheffield's Luke Cutts, one of the favourites for pole vault gold at the World Indoor Athletics Championships in Poland. The 26 year old - a member of the Dearne Athletics Club - had three failures at 5 metres 75, well below his season's best.
Police in Hull have appealed for witnesses to come forward after an assault that has left a man with potentially life threatening injuries. A 42-year-old Polish man is currently in intensive care in Hull Royal Infirmary after sustaining serious
injuries in what is thought to have been an assault involving a bladed article. Police were called to an address in Hutt Street, Hull on Wednesday 11 July after reports of a man with stab wounds. It is currently unclear exactly when and where the assault occurred and witnesses
are needed in order that details can be established. 35-year-old woman was arrested in connection with the assault but has since been released on police bail whilst officers conduct further inquiries.
The official unveiling of a new aviation display at the recently re-opened Grantham Museum will take place on Friday August 3. Entitled “Polish Air Force: First To Fight” the temporary display explains the Polish Air Force’s role in World War II.