A man and a woman are due to appear at court following an alleged burglary at a property in Gillingham.
It is reported that jewellery was stolen from a house on Culpepper Road, Gillingham, between 23 and 26 August 2014.
Detectives investigating the incident identified two suspects in connection with the reported burglary, who were subsequently arrested and charged on 10 September.
Jodie Humber, 23, of Bank Street, Chatham, has been charged with fraud by false representation and burglary dwelling.
Paul Michael Gregory, 36, of Maidstone Road, Gillingham, has been charged with fraud by false representation and handling stolen goods.
They have both been bailed to appear at Medway Magistrates’ Court on 6 October 2014.
A homeless man is fighting for his life in intensive care tonight after being stabbed ten times in an attack in Gillingham being treated by Kent Police as attempted murder. Tom Savvides has been talking to eyewitness Andrew Whitehall and Detective Chief Inspector Jon Clayden.
Police have released a photo of a homeless man who was stabbed to encourage more witnesses to come forward.
The 40-year-old victim who agreed to have his image released but does not wish to be named is of no fixed address.
He was taken to a London hospital after being found ‘staggering along the Great Lines’ by a witness who called an ambulance.
He suffered multiple stab wounds and his condition is described as serious.
Officers were called at 8.12pm on Monday 18th August to the area of King’s Bastion, in Gillingham after the victim was found injured.
The area of King’s Bastion was cordoned off while officers carried out investigations at the scene.
This evening police will be in the area from 8pm to try and seek more potential witnesses.
‘It is unusual for us to release an image of a victim; however it is important we are able to build a picture of the man's moments before he was assaulted. I would ask people to study the photo, do you know him? Did you see him yesterday? Where was he? What was he doing? If you can help, please call Kent Police.
‘We are also particularly keen to hear from witnesses who may have seen two people, possibly males, in the area at around the time of the incident.’
A homeless man found staggering near an area of grassland after he was repeatedly stabbed in Kent is in a serious condition in hospital.
The 40-year-old victim had been sleeping on a mattress in an area of King's Bastion in Gillingham.
Officers have cordoned off the area while they investigate the scene and inquiries are ongoing.
Detectives are appealing for witnesses after a man was found seriously injured in Gillingham. Kent Police was called at 8.12pm on Monday 18 August to a report of an assault in the area of King’s Bastion, Gillingham.
A 40-year-old man is reported to have suffered stab wounds and has been taken to a London hospital. His condition is thought to be serious at this stage.
The area of King’s Bastion is currently cordoned off while officers carry out investigations at the scene. At this stage enquiries are on-going.
A drug dealer's beginning a life sentence tonight, after mowing down a client who cheated him, with his car. The murder happened in Gillingham last January. John Ryall reports
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat was shot, leaving her with a broken leg.
Lilly, a black and white cat, went missing from her home in Albany Road on 13th June but was found a couple days later near bushes with a broken leg.
When she was taken to the vets, they found she had been shot with a lead pellet air rifle.
Having had an operation on her leg, it is still unclear if she will have to have her leg amputated.
RSPCA inspector Vikki Dawe said, "Cats and wildlife seem to be the main target of attacks simply because they are out in the open with no one to protect them.
"These attacks are often deliberate by people who just don't care about hurting animals."
A man has been taken to hospital following a crash involving a lorry and a bus. The incident happened outside a petrol station in Hempstead Valley Shopping Centre in Gillingham.
Kent Police say, the bus driver was taken to Medway Maritime Hospital to be treated for what are believed to be minor injuries.
A drug dealer has been jailed for three years after Kent Police officers caught him smuggling cocaine and heroin through Gillingham.
Officers noticed Dwain Heywood, who is 31-years-old, driving erratically back in April .
When he was asked to stopped, he was evasive and acting strangely, which lead to officers searching his car.
Heywood was taken back to Medway Police Station as a quantity of cash and a knife was found in the vehicle.
He was strip searched at the police station, where officers began to suspect he was hiding a quantity of drugs inside his body.
After being challenged, Heywood removed ten wraps of cocaine and four of heroin.
He was charged with possession with intent to supply a class A drug.
A Canterbury man has been banned from attending football matches for three years following an incident in Gillingham.
Michael Andrew O'Shea was caught shouting abusive language and threats to opposing fans.
He was warned by officers about his language, but he continued to incite violence.
The 51-year-old was then arrested and later charged with using threatening, abusive, insulting words or behaviour with intent to cause fear of or provoke unlawful violence.
He has now been banned from attending any regulated football matches.
Magistrates also fined him £350 plus £85 costs and £35 victim surcharge.
PC Geoff Greensmith, Kent Police Football Liaison Officer said, "This outcome sends a strong message to anyone found committing football-related offences at or near a stadium- you will be arrested and put before the courts.
"O'Shea is now banned from travelling to and attending football matches at home and abroad for three years."