Nick Knowles was banned from driving for six months and fined almost £1,500 for speeding and using a mobile phone while behind the wheel.Read the full story ›
Neil Sutherland, from Trowbridge, has been acquitted of murdering father-of-three Paul Mills.Read the full story ›
Thomas Curd and Abigail Leatherland have been jailed after 22-month-old Eve Leatherland was beaten and poisoned to death.Read the full story ›
Thomas Curd poisoned the 22-month-old toddler in a bid to cover up a series of beatings he had previously inflicted.Read the full story ›
Karol Marmolejo has issued an emotional plea for her son Angelo’s safe return.Read the full story ›
At 18-years-old, Sophie Elms is one of the youngest women in the country to be convicted of such offences.Read the full story ›
An Army sergeant's wife accused of attempting to murder her has told a court she lied to police after she learned of his "lies and deceit".Read the full story ›
A 38 year old woman from Ernesettle is due to appear before Plymouth Magistrates this morning charged with murder.
Angela Douglas was arrested on Sunday 28 April 2013 and detained at Crownhill Police Station.
The arrest was made after a 73 year old Plymouth woman had been admitted to hospital. She died the following morning.
A man has been sentenced to ten years in prison for an attempted robbery and assault in Taunton.
Maurice Danes, 37, entered a flat near to Holway Road in the town on 15 February. He assaulted the occupant - a man in his seventies - and demanded money from him before fleeing the scene.
Danes pleaded guilty to attempted robbery and grievous bodily harm at Taunton Crown Court, and sentenced to ten years in prison.
The family of the elderly victim said Danes was 'callous and cowardly'.
One night earlier this year a man entered our father's flat and assaulted him. He caused serious injuries to a 79-year-old man and left him feeling shaken and vulnerable. It was a callous and cowardly act.
Fortunately our father has been well supported by his family but the impact on his life cannot be underestimated. We are pleased that the man who committed this horrible attack will now be in prison for a long time and we hope he gives some thought to his actions and the consequences they have had for him, our father and the rest of our family.
The trial of a man accused of killing a Wiltshire builder and perverting the course of justice had to be adjourned today (Tues) after a juror injured themselves on the way to court.
51-year-old Richard Elmes, who denies manslaughter, was due to give evidence at Bristol Crown Court.