Police have released video footage of a lorry driver brushing his teeth and a woman putting on make-up while driving along a busy motorway.
A motorist has been arrested after a paramedic and an elderly patient were killed when an ambulance crashed into a tree in Hampshire.
Hampshire Police has a new Chief Constable
Horse riders in Hampshire are being asked to patrol parts of the country side to support the local police force, as they no longer have the funding to cover it. The Rural Mounted Patrol will cover the area, but will have the same power of arrest as any other citizen.
We spoke to Chief Superintendent Jason Hogg from Hampshire Police.
15 year old Shellby Chapman has been missing from her home in Andover since Thursday. She was last seen wearing her school uniform consisting of black trousers and a navy blue polo shirt.
Police are appealing for information as to the whereabouts of Shellby Chapman, who is missing from her home in Andover.The 15-year-old was last seen when she was dropped off on Charlton Road in Andover after school on Thursday.
Shellby is 5ft 4 tall and slim build. She was last seen wearing her school uniform of black trousers and a blue shirt.
The Police are becoming increasingly concerned for Shellby’s welfare. They are appealing for members of the public who have seen her or know where she is to contact them.
28 insecure cars and vans were broken into over a weekend in Basingstoke.
Valuable items such as iPads, phones, wallets, handbags and sat navs which were left on display were stolen.
The thefts happened mainly overnight between Friday 6th September and the early hours of Monday 9th September.
Officers from Basingstoke Police Station are repeating their warning about the importance of always locking your car.
The repeated warning comes after a spate of vehicle crime in Chineham, Lychpit and Sherfield-on-Loddon areas of Basingstoke and Deane.
An 18-year-old and 19-year-old, both from Basingstoke, have been arrested in connection with these incidents and released on bail.
– Steve Wallace, Chief Inspector
People are leaving cars unlocked with all sorts of valuables inside and on show. Unfortunately, it only takes seconds for someone to open a door and steal your valuables. And there are people who are extremely opportunistic and will even walk along a street trying door handles. You also may find that your insurance policy isn’t valid if you have left your vehicle insecure. The simple message is lock it or lose it.”
A 31-year-old man arrested on Saturday night in connection with the murder of Kevin Wyeth remains in custody.
Officers have been granted a further extension to continue questioning the man until Tuesday, August 27.
A 25-year-old Southampton woman arrested on Saturday (August 24) in connection with the murder of Kevin Wyeth has been released from police custody without charge.
– Detective Inspector Ellie Hurd, Hampshire Police
This still remains an active investigation and we are attempting to piece together Kevin's movements in the hours before his death.
We know he was seen in Wharncliffe Road around 10.30pm and we want to hear from anyone who may have seen or spoken to Kevin between 10.30pm on Friday evening and 2.30am on Saturday when he was found in the alleyway off Defender Road, near to the cut-through with Tankerville Road.
He was wearing a white sweatshirt with blue lettering across the chest, dark trousers and carrying a white carrier bag.
The family of Kevin Wyeth who was found dead in an alleyway have paid tribute to him. A post mortem examination revealed the 31-year-old died from head and neck injuries.
– Statement from Kevin’s mum Linda and dad Kevin
We are, as you’d expect, in shock at Kevin’s death. Kevin was a good man, hard-working, very sociable and popular within the local community, he was a very loving and devoted father to his three sons. He will always be in our hearts and will be sadly missed by all his family and many friends.
Detectives investigating the murder of a man in Southampton have released more information about him. 31 year old Kevin Wyeth from Kingsclere Avenue in Southampton, died after being found unconscious in an alleyway. Despite attempts to resuscitate Mr Wyeth he was pronounced dead at the scene at 3am.
A post mortem examination has found the 31 year old died from head and neck injuries. Detectives have released a photograph in an attempt to trace any witnesses who may have seen him on Friday evening or early Saturday morning. A 31-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
A murder investigation has been launched after a man was found lying unconscious in a Southampton street in the early hours. Paramedics tried to revive the man, but he was pronounced dead at the scene after suffering head injuries.
A detailed forensic investigation is underway in Defender Road. A 25-year-old Southampton woman has been arrested in connection with the murder.