Police were called out to Bridgend at around 8pm last night following reports of a serious collision.Read the full story ›
Police say they stopped the 7.12pm service between Pontypridd to Aberdare at Mountain Ash as a "precautionary measure"Read the full story ›
Russell Sherwood, aged 69, was reported missing at around 9am on 20 November 2016 after failing to collect his wife from work.Read the full story ›
A man who died after being hit by 'a number of vehicles' has been named as 29 year-old Tony Pemberton.
Mr Pemberton, from the Pyle area of Bridgend, died shortly before 9pm on Saturday.
In a tribute his family said:
“Tony was well loved by all of his family and friends. He was the father to two young girls whom he loved dearly. He was always the joker, high on life and there was never a dull moment when you were in his company. He will be sorely missed by his family and friends”
There is a continued appeal for witnesses or dashcam footage.
A man has died after being hit by a 'number of vehicles' on the M4 near Bridgend.
The incident took place between junction 35 Pencoed and junction 36 Sarn at around 9pm on Saturday 11th November.
The road was closed for a number of hours but was reopened on Sunday morning.
Officers are urging anyone who might have witness the incident to contact police.
Police, investigating the "sudden and unexplained" death of a man in the Pentwyn area of Cardiff, have arrested a woman on suspicion of murder.
Officers were called to the Pant Glas area on Saturday afternoon. The body of 43-year-old man was found. The next of kin have been informed and are being supported by family liaison officers.
A 30 year-old woman, at the address, was arrested and remains in police custody.
IPCC reiterate calls for a more a simplified complaints system as data shows inconsistencies in how police forces handle complaints.Read the full story ›
The lawyer of Joanne Mjadzelics, ex-girlfriend of convicted paedophile Ian Watkins says she deserves an apology from police.Read the full story ›
Joanne Mjadzelics says she has been 'vindicated' by an IPCC report which found that paedophile popstar Ian Watkins could have been brought to justice sooner.
South Wales Polce officers were found to have made "errors and omissions" and in some instances failed to "carry out even rudimentary investigation" into reports of Watkins's wrongdoing made by his ex-girlfriend Joanne Mjadzelics and other witnesses between 2008 and September 2012.
It is nine years since I first reported the crimes of Ian Watkins to South Wales Police. The IPCC report published today finally vindicates me and accepts that from the outset I was telling the truth and trying to bring a serious criminal sexual predator to justice. It has been a long and difficult road for me over these years during which I have at times been ignored and dismissed whilst at others maliciously handled and prosecuted by the police. All this has badly affected my health and welfare but far worse than the effect on me is that there was a four year delay between my reporting Watkins to the police and his arrest, time during which he remained at liberty able to perpetrate further crime.
Mjadzelics was cleared of possessing indecent images of children in January 2015, having told Cardiff Crown Court she was trying to entrap the depraved singer.
She says she is seeking legal advice.
The IPCC report is alarming showing the widespread failings of the South Wales Police in dealing with me and others as witnesses in a case when the allegations are made against a celebrity. I truly hope that lessons have been learned by the South Wales Police as suggested and that others brave enough to come forward and make reports of serious crime against a celebrity or indeed anyone else are treated with the respect and professionalism they deserve and not, as I was, dismissed and defamed because they are not deemed to be the “perfect witness”.
The IPCC said police could've brought Watkins to justice years earlier if they'd properly investigated reports from several complainants.Read the full story ›