Live updates

Derbyshire Police refer themselves to IPCC after man dies after collision with a train

Derbyshire Police have referred themselves to the Independent Police Complaints Commission. Credit: PA Images

Derbyshire Police have referred themselves to the Independent Police Complaints Commission, after a man died following a collision with a train.

Police were called to Belper Town Centre at around 9.50pm on Saturday evening.

The man was pronounced dead at the scene and the police are now preparing a file for the coroner.

Mechanic sends Mercedes smashing through garage

The car smashed through the wall of the MOT centre Credit: SWNS

A mechanic has mistakenly crashed a Mercedes through the wall of a Derbyshire garage.

Dramatic pictures show the bonnet encased in the remnants of the brick wall at Cherry's MOT Centre in Chesterfield.

It's believed the mechanic pushed the accelerator pedal by accident, sending the silver car flying into the side of the building.

Alan Cherry, who owns the centre, told ITV Central he was busy running his business, and felt angry about exaggerated reports of the accident.

Cherry's MOT Centre in Derbyshire Credit: SWNS

"It was a pure accident. The mechanic was just doing his job.

"The press have blown it out of all proportion. I've read the car was worth £30,000 - it wasn't. It was 11 years old and it was worth £4,000 at most. It would've struggled to pass its MOT."

– Alan Cherry, owner of Cherry's MOT Centre

Advertisement

Derbyshire man charged with murder

A man from Derbyshire has been charged with murder in connection with the death of a man whose body was found in a Buckinghamshire park.

The body of Adam Fanelli, from Dunstable, Bedforshire, was found in Nash Park, in Winslow Road, on March 17.

Addy McAllister, from Bolsover, was arrested by Thames Valley Police in connection with the 31-year-old's death.

The 33-year-old has now been charged with murder and was remanded to appear at Milton Keynes Magistrates’ Court today.

Advertisement

Man exposes himself to teenagers in Chaddesden

A man has been exposing himself to teenagers in Chaddesden Credit: Joe Giddens/PA Archive/Press Association Images

A man has twice exposed himself to teenage girls in a Derbyshire town.

In the first instance, a 13-year-old girl was walking on a footpath off Tennessee Road at in Chaddesden on March 11 at 8.20am. She saw a man standing nearby, who then exposed himself to her.

At about 3.55pm the same day, a 15-year-old girl was walking along a narrow passage linking Rupert Road to Max Road when she saw a man standing further along the path. He then exposed himself to the teenager.

The offender is believed to be same person in both incidents.

He was white, in his late teens or early 20s, between 5ft 7ins and 6ft tall, and of medium build. He wore a dark or royal blue bandana with a white pattern, covering the lower part of his face. He also wore a black coat and dark jeans.

Load more updates