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Armed police have arrested three men after reports of a man with a handgun.
Police were called to Anglesey Road in Burton, Staffordshire at around 6.20pm last night (July 19).
Staffordshire Police said a 32-year-old man from Burton was arrested on suspicion of possession of an imitation firearm.
Two men, aged 65 and 67, from Burton, were arrested for public order offences.
Staffordshire Police said:
We would like to reassure the public two imitation firearms have been recovered.
One lane closed on the M6 Northbound between Junction 14 (Stafford) and and Junction 15 (Stoke-on-Trent) due to a broken down vehicle. Traffic is said to be coping well.
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One lane has been closed due to emergency repairs on the M6 Northbound between J16 A500 (Crewe / Stoke-On-Trent) and J17 A534 (Sandbach / Crewe).
There is slow traffic and travel time is 25 minutes.
A man has been charged with attempting to meet a boy under 16 following grooming and assault.
Paul Bryant will appear before magistrates in Cannock tomorrow. The 49-year-old, from the Hockley area, was arrested on Friday night in Tamworth.
Staffordshire Police say there are extra officers on patrol in the area to reassure people.
A man is in custody after being arrested in Tamworth last night.
Police were called to reports of an altercation between the man and several members of the public.
The 49-year-man was arrested on suspicion of attempted sexual grooming of a child and taken into custody for questioning. No child was present.
During the disturbance a member of the public sustained slight injuries.
Police say specially trained investigators are working on the case and speculation into the details are "not only highly dangerous but can be damaging to the investigation process."
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