Police in Derby are searching for a missing 17-year-old girl.
Pavandeep Kaur Tiwana has not been seen since Monday, when she left her home in Sinfin to go to a work placement in a charity shop. She never arrived.
Her sister saw her walking along Moorside Crescent in the direction of Asda.
“Pavandeep is not in trouble we just want to know that she is safe. She doesn’t have to come home but we need her to contact us as soon as she can.”
Pavandeep is 5’ 5” tall with very long black hair. She hasn’t been missing before but she may have travelled to Leicester to meet a friend.
Officers would like Pavandeep or anyone who knows where she is to contact them on 101.
A man has been charged with wounding and possessing a knife following a stabbing in Derby.
Shabba Antonio was charged following an assault at the Boutique club, in St James’ Street, Derby, in the early hours of Sunday, May 17.
Police were called to the scene after reports that a 24-year-old man had been stabbed in the stomach.
He was taken to hospital where he remains in a stable condition.
Mr Antonio, 21, of no fixed address, is due to appear at Derby Crown Court next month.
Boutique was busy at the time of the incident and police are urging witnesses to get in touch by calling 101 and quoting incident number 20661/15.
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Police have released a CCTV image of a man they want to speak after a petrol station was robbed in Derby.
At around 4.30am on Thursday, March 19, a man went into the Island Filling Station on Raynesway in Derby. He threatened a shop assistant before making off with a quantity of cash.
As he ran off, the robber was joined by a second man who was seen waiting outside the petrol station - his face was covered with a black balaclava.
Anyone who recognises the CCTV image should call 101, quoting crime number 11340/15.
Police are searching for a man who left a hospital without receiving the treatment he needed.
Officers are increasingly concerned for the health of 23-year-old David Carlin. On May 12, he was involved in a crash but he walked out of the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham before he had been seen by doctors.
Mr Carlin - who lives in Ilkeston - may have travelled to Lincolnshire as he has worked in Cleethorpes, Skegness and Lincoln.
Officers are asking him to call them on 101, and they want to assure him that he is not in any sort of trouble with the police.
Chesterfield and Preston have both been charged by the Football Association for failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion.
The charge relates to the Sky Bet League One play-off semi-final first leg between the two clubs at the Proact Stadium last week.
A testy beginning to the match finally boiled over in the 28th minute when Chesterfield winger Gary Roberts and Preston forward Paul Gallagher tangled.
Roberts appeared to grab his opponent by the throat as both players attempted to get up from the ground and a melee ensued involving men from both sides.
In addition, Preston assistant manager Glynn Snodin has been charged with misconduct.
Derbyshire Police say they are growing growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a man from Chesterfield who went missing on his way to work last week.
Barry Shaw, 44, was last seen leaving his home in Hall View, on the morning of Friday, May 8.
He was due to catch a bus to where he worked in Sheffield but he never arrived there.
Mr Shaw is about 5ft 9ins tall and is described as being well built. He was wearing a green shirt, dark trousers and a coat that is red on the front and dark on the back. He may also have a tent with him.
Police are appealing for Mr Shaw, or anyone who has seen him, to contact them immediately.
Chesterfield have confirmed that manager Paul Cook has been released from his contract to join Portsmouth.
“I would like to thank Paul for the fine job he has done as manager of Chesterfield and wish him well for the future,” said chief executive Chris Turner.
“I could not have wished for a better working relationship than the one I have enjoyed with Paul over the last two-and-a-half-years and there is nobody more disappointed than me to see him leave.
“We will be looking to appoint Paul’s successor as soon as possible and the incoming manager will be in the enviable position of inheriting a strong squad.”
I’d like to place on record my thanks to Chris, chairman Dave Allen and the rest of the board for giving me the opportunity to manage such a great club. I’d like to thank the staff in all departments of the club for everything they have done during my time at the club. Most importantly, I’d also like to thank the players, who have been fantastic, both on and off the pitch. Finally, thanks to the fans for their superb support.
Cook, who joined Chesterfield from Accrington Stanley in October 2012, guided the Spireites to the League Two title in 2014 and the League One play-offs this season.
Assistant-manager Leam Richardson has also left the club. Richardson said: “I echo the manager’s sentiments and would like to thank everyone at the club, from the chairman and chief executive down, together with all the players, past and present. Thanks also to the fans for their tremendous support.”
A man has been arrested by police outside an abattoir in Derbyshire after reports that he was drunk and armed with a gun.
Police were called to Foston at 5:20am, and they arrested a 59-year-old man just after 7am.
Officers were responding to reports that the man had been making threats, and that he was believed to have a gun. Nobody was hurt in the incident and police are still at the scene.