Six West Mercia police officers have been served with misconduct notices over the way they handled murderer Jamie Reynolds' attack on a teenage girl.
The man who would go on to brutally murder 17-year-old Georgia Williams in 2013 lured a young girl back to his Telford home and tried to strangle her five years earlier. He used the pretence of a photo shoot in an attack that mirrored Georgia’s murder.
The Shropshire Star is reporting that letters have been sent to the officers who dealt with that incident in 2008, summoning them to interview by detectives from Devon and Cornwall Police under Operation Columbia. The investigation will focus on how the force dealt with Jamie Reynolds at the time, when he was cautioned over that first attack.
Now aged 23, Reynolds is serving a full life sentence.
A 34-year-old man has been charged with the murder of a woman in Telford.
The body of the victim, who has now been formally identified as Davinia May Loynton, was discovered in a flat on St John’s Street, in the Wellington area of the town, on Monday afternoon.
Kevin Hyden, from Glebe Street, Wellington, Telford, will appear at Telford Magistrates Court tomorrow morning charged with her murder.
A 35-year-old-man, a 21-year-old man, a 21-year-old woman, a 50-year-old man and a 38-year-old woman, all arrested on suspicion of murder have been released on police bail pending further investigations.
A 77-year-old man from Telford, who was arrested earlier today on suspicion of assisting an offender and attempting to pervert the course of justice, has also been released on police bail.
A fifth person has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman was found dead in a flat in Telford.
Three men and a woman are already being held after the body of the woman, aged in her 50s, was discovered at the house on the corner of St John street and Glebe street on Monday.
A woman’s body has been discovered at a property in Wellington, Telford, which police are treating as 'suspicious.'
The body of the woman, who is believed to be in her 50s, was discovered at a property on St John Street at 2.15pm today.
West Mercia Police said inquiries are ongoing.
As pupils across the West Midlands get their GCSE results this morning, one school in Telford will be celebrating an extra special achievement.
Thomas Telford School today becomes the first comprehensive school in the country where every year 11 student has achieved the benchmark of at least 5 GCSEs at Grades A* to C, including Maths and English.
Complaints about websites which take hundreds of pounds from consumers on the promise of finding cheap credit have more than doubled in the last year.
The Financial Ombudsman Service found many people like Heather Sherry from Telford had their accounts debited by so-called "payday loan middlemen" without providing them with the loan they promised.
A pizza delivery driver was robbed at knife point near Telford by a man holding a 10" kitchen knife, who stole nearly £150 worth of pizza.
The incident happened on Bishopdale in Brookside at around 2.45am on Sunday.
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with the incident and released on conditional bail until 8th September whilst further enquiries are carried out.
Police are keen to speak to a second male, who they have described as mixed heritage, around 6"5, skinny build and wearing a dark coloured hooded top.
They are also keen to identify anyone who may have a seen a group of male youths around the area of Bishopdale in Brookside and the play park close to the Windmill Primary School in Brookside.
A 37-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection with a stabbing in Telford.
It happened outside the Station Hotel in Wellington on Friday 11th July.
Alan David Evans of Mercia Drive in Leegomery is accused of stabbing a 20 year old in the lower back. The victim required surgery but his injuries are no longer life threatening.
The 37-year-old has been remanded in custody, and is due to appear at Shrewsbury Crown Court on Monday 21st July.
A new community building is opening for business in Telford today, which houses a new library and coffee shop.
Southwater One is Telford and Wrekin Council's flagship building, and is part of the first phase of a £250million regeneration of the Southwater area of the town centre. It will also house the council's new and extended 'First Point' service.
The public spaces around it are opening too, including a new lake featuring an urban beach, footpaths and a games area.
A large cinema, a hotel and restaurants will open in the next few months. The council says the project will provide a boost to the area's economy.
Sadly today's Georgia Park Run has been cancelled due to safety risks. The Race Director has our full support. More to follow