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Armed officers deployed after incident in Cardiff

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A street in a busy part of Cardiff was closed and armed officers deployed following an incident today.

Police were called to Miskin Street in the Cathays area around 12:20pm.

Police say the armed officers were sent in as a precaution and the road was closed in order to safeguard members of the public and officers at the scene.

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Two males and a female have been arrested in connection with the incident and have been taken to Cardiff Bay Police Station.

Miskin Street has now reopened.

Pair in court after death of man at golf course near Cardiff

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A father and son today appeared in Cardiff Crown Court over the death of a man who fell into a lake while collecting golf balls.

Jonathan Pike, 47, and his son Dale, 25, face a manslaughter by gross negligence charge following the death of Gareth Pugh at Peterstone Lakes Golf Club in Wentloog near Cardiff.

Mr Pugh, 29, was fishing out golf balls at the club last February when he fell into the freezing lake.

Players and staff had raised the alarm when the father-of-one fell into the water.

After being pulled out he was taken to the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, where he was pronounced dead.

The two men were released on bail without entering a plea. They are due to stand trial in July.


Police appeal after three cars torched in Wrexham

Police are appealing for information after three cars were set alight in Wrexham early this morning.

The incidents happened in Maes Hyfryd and Briarwood, neighbouring roads, in Rhosrobin, around 5am.

No one was injured, but two Vauxhall Astra cars parked side by side in Maes Hyfryd were damaged as was the front door and canopy porch of a house.

A VW Golf was also damaged in Briarswood.

These were very serious incidents and fortunately no one was hurt. I am appealing to anyone who may have witnessed any suspicious behaviour in or around the area to come forward. I am also appealing to anyone who may have information about who is responsible for these attacks to come forward.

Meanwhile there will be high visibility police activity in the area as we carry out crime scene investigations and house to house enquiries. We shall also be deploying reassurance patrols.

– DCI Neil Harrison, North Wales Police

Anyone with information is asked to call 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously 0800 555 111, quoting reference V008427.


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