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The Notts County striker was arrested by police at The Aerodrome hotel in South London on December the 3rd last year.
It happened the night before the team's FA Cup match against Sutton United.
A second charge of sexual assault was dropped after prosecution lawyers offered no evidence.
There's been a fire at a commercial property on Warwick Street in Leamington Spa.
No one has been injured. Fire crews are still on the scene.
30 firefighters have been tackling a fire at a factory at Kelvin Way in West Bromwich.
The building is owned by recycling firm Arrow Solutions.
Surrounding units have been evacuated.
There are no reports of any casualties.
A 20-year-old man has been charged with murder following the death of a man in Birmingham. Officers discovered the man's body at house in Lozells on Tuesday morning. The man, who has not yet been identified but who is believed to be a Lithuanian national, was found dead at the scene.
Nearly 133,000 parking tickets were handed out in Birmingham last year, despite local councils cutting the number of parking wardens.
Wardens in Coventry and Worcester issued more 2,000 tickets each in 2011.
Thirty local transport schemes, including projects in Stafford and Leicestershire, were given the go-ahead by the Government today, worth £113million.
Schemes in Stafford and Leicestershire will benefit from the projects which include involving a scheme to reduce congestion at peak times by improving access to walking, cycling and public transport.
A group of Gypsies living illegally on land in Meriden near Coventry have made two new appeals to stay on the site.
They'd previously signed an agreement with the Council to leave. Residents keeping a 24-hour vigil outside the site in protest say they now plan to lobby the government to prevent further appeals.
The former England and Leicester Tigers captain Martin Johnson opened a new state-of-the-art cancer research facility in Leicester today.
It's hoped the unit will become a centre of excellence in the treatment of cancer. Rajiv Popat reports
Network Rail fears a tragedy could happen if people continue running across level crossings as the barriers come down.
There have been several incidents of pedestrians who have still been on the tracks, as the barriers are lowered around them.
They have now released CCTV pictures highlighting the number of people in Lincoln trying to cross when it's not safe.
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