The Warwickshire Police Operational Patrol Unit for Warwickshire are warning motorists that the A5 in Shawell is currently closed due to a collision.
They are warning people to avoid it.
A former deputy chief constable at Northamptonshire Police has "no case to answer" for gross misconduct following an investigation, a police watchdog has found.
Martin Jelley, who is now chief constable at Warwickshire Police, had been under investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) since March.
It followed a claim against Mr Jelley, during his time at Northamptonshire Police, of possible inappropriate conduct for a delay in referring a separate matter to the watchdog.
"Following a thorough investigation, we have found Chief Constable Martin Jelley has no case to answer for gross misconduct or misconduct."
The Commission wouldn't release further details of the investigation at this time due to a linked inquiry into possible misconduct by Northamptonshire Police deputy chief constable Andy Frost.
Earlier this year, the IPCC announced investigations into Mr Jelley and then assistant chief constable Mr Frost over claims in relation to an "internal professional standards matter".
The IPCC confirmed the investigation into possible misconduct by Mr Frost, who was promoted in the summer, is continuing.
Deputy Chief Constable Martin Jelley from Northamptonshire Police has been appointed as the new Chief Constable for Warwickshire Police.
DCC Jelley was named as Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Ron Ball’s preferred candidate earlier this month.
He will take up his new post from 1st April 2015 for five years until 31st March 2020, and will replace the force’s current Chief Constable Andy Parker, who is taking retirement.
Police are re-appealing for information six weeks after a man from Nottingham disappeared following an argument with family at a wedding.
Twenty-four-year-old Baljeev Johal has been missing since he left a party in Warwickshire in the early hours of Sunday 5th October.
He and his parents had been at a pre-wedding celebration in Ryton-on-Dunsmore, but when they went to leave shortly before midnight, Baljeev's father said there was a brief argument about who would drive home, and Baljeev walked off.
His disappearance has been described as 'completely out of character'.
A man who murdered a Leamington pensioner has been jailed for life with a minimum of 26 years.
91-year-old Sydney Pavier was attacked at his home in Gordon Street in September last year and died as a result of his injuries six weeks later.
Police say they do not know why Scott Melville, 39, of no fixed address, broke into Mr Pavier's home.
DCI James Essex from Warwickshire Police said:
“Sydney was found badly beaten, lying unconscious on his bed, when relatives called to see him on the morning of 16 September last year.
"The door had been kicked in and the house ransacked.
“Despite his horrendous injuries, Sydney battled to live, but more than a month later on the 28th October he sadly lost his fight for life.”
Three puppies have been recruited to the Warwickshire and West Mercia Police forces, and they are about to start their training.
The Belgium Shepherd Malinois dogs named Echo, Delta and Luna are to be walked into towns and around bus stations, train stations and other bust places so they can get used to crowds and traffic.
The will also undergo obedience training, so as they grow bigger, they will learn basic police dog skills like tracking and barking on command.
Warwickshire Police have charged 29 men with violent disorder following a football match between Atherstone Town and Barrow AFC in October 2013.
Violence broke out at Atherstone's home ground - 'The Snake Pit' - on October 12th 2013, during an FA Cup 3rd round qualifying tie.
Following an investigation, Warwickshire Police made 34 arrests in total and along with the 29 arrested, four more accepted police cautions whilst another man was released without charge.
The men charged will appear before Lemaington Spa Magistrates Court on February 28th.
A senior police officer who helped put three armed robbers behind bars for smashing their way into a Warwickshire bank with a digger has welcomed their 40-year sentence.
Karl White, James Kennea and Leigh Barry have been jailed for a total of 40 years and six months for a string of robbery offences, including a raid on HSBC in Atherstone.
Det Insp Rob Harris said they were "dangerous" men who had been "motivated by greed".
These were a group of dangerous individuals motivated by greed who would stop at nothing to try and steal cash.
They were clearly intent on using extreme force, which included the use of a firearm, and after their actions at the HSBC in Atherstone it is a miracle no one was hurt as the staff inside the building were only inches from the collapsing wall.
We conducted a long and complex investigation to bring these offenders to justice, so I am very pleased with the result.
These convictions should send a clear message that we will be tenacious in our investigations and do everything in our power to protect the public from this sort of offending.
I would also like to reassure the public that these types of incidents are rare, and overall crime rates are falling.
Three armed robbers caused major damage to a Warwickshire bank when they ploughed through the back wall using an earth-moving digger.
Karl White, James Kennea and Leigh Barry have been jailed for a total of 40 years and six months for a string of robbery offences, including the raid on HSBC in Atherstone in June last year.
The digger had been stolen from a site in Leicestershire the day before the robbery, on June 11.
Four masked men - including the trio now behind bars - stormed into the bank through the hole in the wall. One of them was armed with a handgun.
They escaped in a blue BMW which had been reported stolen from Birmingham the day before.
This broke down a short distance away - so they car-jacked a silver Corsa, forcing a woman and her young child out of the vehicle and driving off in it.
The Corsa was found abandoned nearby shortly before 1.30pm.
Three men who used a digger to smash their way into a bank have been sentenced to a total of more than 40 years behind bars.
Karl White, James Kennea and Leigh Barry stole an earth-moving digger from a site in Leicestershire and used it to break into the rear of the HSBC in Long Street, Atherstone, Warwickshire.
Armed with what looked like a gun, four men - including the three men now in jail - stole around £6,000 from the building during the raid in June last year.
And when their stolen BMW escape car broke down, they hijacked a new one, forcing a mother and child to get out of their car.
White, aged 27, of Marie Close, Atherstone, and Kennea, 27, from The Radleys, Birmingham, were each sentenced to 18 years in prison for conspiracy to rob the bank, plus 10 years for conspiracy to rob G4S personnel and six years for possession of an imitation firearm, to run concurrently.
Barry, 28, of Ely Close, Birmingham, was sentenced to three years for aiding and abetting robbery, plus 18 months for robbing a William Hill bookies in Erdington in April of this year.