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Teenager left in critical condition after Llanelli incident dies

A 19-year-old woman who had been left in a critical condition following a serious assault in Llanelli last week has died, police have confirmed.

Katrina Evemy died this morning in the presence of her family. Credit: Google Maps / Family photo

Katrina Evemy was taken to hospital after the incident at a property on Graig Avenue on Thursday.

Dyfed-Powys Police say are now treating the incident as murder, and all lines of enquiry are being followed.

On behalf of Dyfed-Powys Police I extend deepest sympathies to the family of Katrina Evemy.

Our specialist officers are continuing to support the family at this extremely difficult time.

The death of Katrina means we are now investigating a murder. The investigation is on-going and all lines of enquiry are being followed.

– Ifan Charles, Senior Investigating Officer DCI, Dyfed-Powys Police


Man charged with attempted murder following incident in Llanelli

Katrina Evemy (right) was taken to hospital following an incident on Graig Avenue in Llanelli on Thursday Credit: Google Maps / Family photo

A man has been charged with the attempted murder of 19-year-old Katrina Evemy, following an incident on Graig Avenue in Llanelli on Thursday.

Dylan Hywel Harries, aged 21, will appear before Llanelli Magistrates Court later today.

Police say Ms Evemy remains in a critical condition in hospital.

Llanelli assault victim left needing surgery

The assault took place outside the Met Bar, Llanelli, on March 3. Credit: Google Maps

Police are appealing for information after an assault on a 34-year-old man left him needing surgery for a broken jaw.

The incident happened outside the Met Bar, Llanelli, sometime between 11pm and midnight on Friday, March 3.

The offender is described as being a male in his twenties, who may have been wearing a white top at the time.

Anyone with information should call 101.

Witness appeal for Llanelli pub arson attack

Dyfed-Powys Police is investigating a pub arson attack in Llanelli.

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It occurred at The Turnstyle, Station Road, Llanelli at around 6:50am on Tuesday, February 14.

Officers are keen to speak to a person who was around the pub at that time, who may have information that can help police with their investigation.

The person was wearing a high visibility jacket.

Anyone who saw someone fitting that description, in the streets or lanes around The Turnstyle, is urged to contact PC Fairclough at Llanelli police station.

– Dyfed-Powys Police

Anyone with information should call 101.


Police investigating suspected arson attack at Calvaria Baptist Chapel in Llanelli

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Dyfed Powys Police is investigating a suspected arson attack at a Llanelli chapel. The incident occurred at the Calvaria Baptist Chapel on Ann Street between 1:30pm and 2pm on Tuesday 14 February.

Police are appealing for any information that could help with enquiries and are particularly interested in any information regarding three individuals who were seen in and around the area at the time.

  • One male is described as medium build with a beard, wearing a grey tracksuit and a black t-shirt, aged between 20 and 30;
  • A second male, who is described as aged between 20 and 30, wearing a dark coloured puffa type jacket, and carrying a bag;
  • And a female wearing a pink jumper with dark grey tracksuit bottoms and white trainers, also between 20 and 30 years of age.

Anyone with any information is asked to call PC 1199 Bringloe on 101.

Scarlets' James Davies suspended for three weeks

The Scarlets flanker, James Davies, has been suspended for three weeks following an independent Disciplinary Hearing in London today.

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Davies was suspended for using foul and/or abusive language, and for making an obscene gesture during the first-half of the Scarlets' European Rugby Champions Cup clash with RC Toulon last Sunday.

An independent Disciplinary Committee heard evidence and submissions from Davies, who pleaded guilty to the offence.

Davies is free to play on Monday, 2 January 2017.

Both the player and European Professional Club Rugby have the right to appeal the decision.

On Monday Davies issued an apology.

I would like to apologise to my team mates, the fans, the Scarlets, my family and the rugby community as a whole for my unforgiveable actions on Sunday.

During the heat of battle I lost my composure and said and did things I deeply regret.

I apologised to referee Mr Garner both during and after the game but would like to re-iterate my sincerest apologies publically.

– James Davies
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