Police said today that a 33-year-old man arrested after a BMW car hit a pedestrian in Upper Bangor yesterday has now been charged.
He has been accused of driving without due care and attention, failing to stop after an accident, driving whilst disqualified and without insurance and aggravated vehicle taking. The man, who is local, has been bailed to appear before magistrates at Caernarfon on October 14.
The 25-year-old male pedestrian who was taken to Ysbyty Gwynedd is not as seriously injured as first thought and has now been released from hospital.
A pedestrian has been seriously injured in what police believe to be a hit and run incident.
At lunchtime North Wales Police were informed of a collision involving a BMW and a pedestrian on Holyhead Road, Upper Bangor. The driver then made away from the scene.
The pedestrian was taken to Ysbyty Gwynedd by ambulance with serious injuries. Officers eventually traced the driver of the car.
The 33-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of a number of offences including causing serious injury by dangerous driving, failing to stop after an accident and driving whilst disqualified. He currently remains in police custody.
Witnesses are asked to contact police on 1010 quoting reference number U148157.
More than 40 calls have been made to police after a series of images were released in a bid to solve a murder case.
North Wales Police released reconstructions of what a man, whose remains were found in a forest, would have looked like aged 50, 60 and 70
In November two brothers were camping in woods in Conwy ahead of the motor sport event Wales Rally GB when they made the gruesome discovery.
North Wales Police launched a large scale forensic search and were able to recover virtually an entire male skeleton.
Pathology indicated the man had died from blunt trauma to the head, and a murder investigation was launched.
A number of calls were received into the incident room and we are following up various lines of inquiry including some possible names to try and identify the individual.
Once we get the name, we can work on why did this person become a victim, who would be responsible for that and why would they want to have killed him.
Former council housing official turned businessman John Arthur Jones, 66, was this afternoon branded 'profoundly' arrogant by a crown court judge and jailed for 18 months.
Jones was said to be on a mission against the RAF in a bid to get the jets to stop flying above his home at Plas Cefni on a 100-year-old airstrip at RAF Mona.
When he failed to persuade them the prosecution at Mold Crown Court claimed that he took the law into his own hands, and shone a powerful light at the fast jets while pilots were being trained in night flying for front line combat.
That could have had devastating consequences causing disorientation and the loss of night vision. One young pilot was flying solo for the first time when he was blinded.
“You possess an abundance of self belief in your own ability to achieve things, which transcends all reason and which is born out of profound arrogance. “The consequences could have been devastating. Your conduct became a campaign over a long period of time.”
Throughout the investigation and trial, he has shown no remorse for his actions or recognition of the potential dangers and implications to not only the RAF personnel but also the wider community.
North Wales Police are appealing for witnesses after a motorcyclist died yesterday.
He collided with a stationary car on Newbridge Road in Wrexham at around 3pm. He was airlifted to hospital in Stoke but later died of his injuries.
“We are appealing for any witnesses to the collision, or to anybody who may have seen the motorcycle being ridden prior to the collision to contact us.”
Anybody with information should contact officers at the Roads Policing Unit on 101 quoting reference number U140596.
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North Wales Police have welcomed two new puppies to the force Dog section.
Diesel was also bred in Scotland specifically for police work.
His name was chosen by fans of the North Wales Police K9 Cops Facebook page and has been named after the police dog who died during the recent terror attacks in Paris.
Luna, named after a Harry Potter character ,joins the North Wales Police Dog Section which currently has 17 dogs.
North Wales Police say an investigation is underway after an incident at Pontcysyllte Aquaduct.
Officers ,along with two fire crews and the ambulance service, were called out shortly after 6pm. Fire crews left around 2 hours later.
There's an appeal for witnesses.
The search for an unidentified body buried in forestry at Nant-y-Ffrith on the outskirts of Bwlchgwyn near Wrexham has been suspended.
Detectives hoping more information from the public may help them identify a more specific location in the large expanse of forestry.
The search, which started on the 19th May, involved specialist ‘cadaver’ Police Dogs, Police search team specialists & forensic experts.
Despite our best efforts we have to date been unsuccessful in locating any human remains and so the search has been suspended pending further information and intelligence from the public.
The investigation however continues and we are now asking the public to help us identify who the unidentified man may be. From enquiries conducted we believe the person buried is an adult male from the Wrexham area whose first name is Nathan or Michael.
Do you know a Nathan or Michael from the Wrexham area who you’ve had no contact with or not seen in the last five years? If so please call our investigation team and help us piece this together.
Police are investigating what they say is a serious road traffic collision involving a pedestrian which took place at around midnight on the A534 Llan-y-Pwll near Wrexham.
They are appealing for witnesses.
It is expected the A534 will remain closed for the remainder of the morning which will cause 'significant' road disruption in the area.
Police are asking motorists to bear this in mind when making travel plans this morning.