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Three charged in Cardiff murder investigation

Three men have been charged in connection with the death of 35-year-old Russell Peachey, who died following an assault in Cardiff.

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Dean Anthony Beasley, 37, from Barry, Shaminder Singh, 40, from Cardiff and Christopher James Smith, aged 34, also from Cardiff have been remanded in custody.

All three are due to appear at Cardiff Magistrates Court tomorrow charged with murder.

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Russell Peachey was found unconscious on North Street in Grangetown in the early hours of Saturday morning and later died of his injuries.

We understand that the local community is shocked by this incident. We would like to reassure the residents of Grangetown that we will not tolerate this type of violent behaviour in our community and that we will respond quickly to such incidents.

If you witnessed the assault taking place I would strongly urge you to contact us straight away as you may have vital information which could assist this enquiry”.

– Det Insp Mark O'shea
Police have also renewed their appeal for anyone who may know the whereabouts of James Mark Williams, from Barry, who they want to speak to in connection with the incident Credit: South Wales Police

Man, 35, in hospital following Kingsway collision

A 35-year-old man is in hospital in Swansea tonight after being hit by a bus in the city centre.

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South Wales Police say officers were called to the incident just after 4pm.

The man was taken to Morriston Hospital. His injuries are not believed to be life threatening.

The road was temporarily closed with motorists advised to take alternative routes.

It has now been reopened.

A spokesman for Swansea Council said it was working with police to establish the cause of today's accident.

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Cars burst into flames at Cardiff car park

South Wales Fire and Rescue says it was called to the Cardiff City Stadium car park at Leckwith on Tuesday afternoon after reports that two vehicles were involved in a collision.

Fire at the Capitol Shopping Centre at Leckwith. Credit: twitter/julielvsmusic

The fire services said the car were well alight but there were no reports of injuries.

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Merthyr drug dealer jailed for three years

A 33-year-old man from Merthyr Tydfil has been jailed for three years and four months after pleading guilty to drug offences.

£3,000 of cash was found at Kristian Stephen Baigrie's property. Credit: South Wales Police

Kristian Stephen Baigrie, aged 33, from Gurnos, Merthyr Tydfil was sentenced at Merthyr Tydfil Crown Court after pleading guilty to possession of heroin with intent to supply.

In May detectives searched a property at Thomas Dyke Close and found 61 wraps of heroin as well as 14 ounces of the drug. The estimated street value was £42,000. £3,000 of cash was also found.

We take the concerns of the public very seriously and we will continue to work closely with members of the Gurnos community to keep the area safe and proactively deal with information relation to drug offences and other criminal or anti social behaviour.

– Detective Sergeant Andrew Gibbins

Police hunt golden balls - stolen from golf club

Police are investigating the theft of hundreds of gold balls from a local golf club.

Not these golf balls - these are white! Credit: PA

As many as a thousand golf balls were stolen from a ball dispensing machine at Southerndown Golf Club in Llantwit Major in the Vale of Glamorgan during a burglary on Sunday.

Officers say they would like to speak to the occupants of two suspicious vehicles seen in the area that evening to come forward.

Goodness knows what those responsible will do with the balls.

They’d struggle to sell them on as each one has ‘stolen from Southerndown Golf Club’ printed on them.

So the balls are easy to spot - hopefully somebody who has seen them or who knows something about the incident can lead us to whoever was responsible.

– Pc Jamie Williamson, South Wales Police
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