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Woman jailed for stalking ex-partner

An obsessed woman has been jailed for stalking her former lover after the pair split up.

Hannah Sargent was jailed for two months for harassment. Credit: Gwent Police

Hannah Sargent, 29, spent "days on end" outside his home - shouting abuse and tapping on his window.

Newport Crown Court heard she stood outside the address of her former partner to call: "I will slit my throat in front of you."

Sargent, of Clytha Square, Newport, pleaded guilty to harassment. Judge Patrick Curran, QC, jailed her for two months.

Assault leaves 40-year-old man in hospital

Police are appealing for information after a 40-year-old man was left with serious head injuries after an assault at Aberbargoed.

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Gwent Police says the assault happened at Commercial Street, Aberbargoed on Sunday 30th August at around 10pm.

The 40 year-old man from was taken to Prince Charles Hospital where he is in a stable condition.

A 28 year-old local man was arrested and has since been released on police bail.

Overturned lorry causes delays in Cardiff

Emergency services are attending an incident involving an overturned lorry in Cardiff near the Butetown Tunnels.

The fire services says "expect delays".

An overturned lorry near the Butetown Tunnel is causing delays. Credit: Google Street View

Assault leaves 19-year-old with 'life changing injuries'

Police are appealing for witnesses to a serious assault in Cardiff that left a man with "life changing injuries".

The assault happened in the Rumney area of Cardiff. Credit: Google Street View

South Wales Police says the attack happened at a property in Prestatyn Road, Rumney at around 10pm on Sunday 30th August.

A 19 year-old male has been taken to University Hospital Wales in Cardiff with life changing injuries.

I am urging any one who was in the property at the time of this incident or may have any information about the person responsible to get in touch with us

– Detective Sergeant Chris Grey

Anyone with information is asked to call us by calling 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting reference: 1500319490.

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999 call made over 'wrong' takeaway delivery

Police have hit out after a 999 call reporting that the wrong takeaway meal was delivered to their home.

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Dyfed Powys Police used its twitter account to get the message out that the emergency call line should not be misused.

A spokesman tweeted: "Wrong takeaway order delivered to an address. 999 made by caller to police. Don't misuse the 999 system. #notapolicematter"

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