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Thursday, April 20, 2017
Kent Police

Four crime prevention events will be taking place across April and May

Lee John harvey, 20, from Gravesend, and Joe Simpkin, 20, from Erith have been bailed until May 10.

Maidstone Crown Court

Simon Hawkins, 29, has been bailed until may 11

It comes following an incident at Bluewater on Easter Sunday when a brawl erupted after a group confronted a man suspected of grooming a teenage girl

Kent Police

Mirza Mispa Beg, 29, will appear in magistrates court today

Kent Police

Charlotte Evans MBE first took up the post in March

Matthew Scott

Jaswant Narwal made the committment during a meeting in Dartford

Crown Prosecution Service

The report happened in early hours of Sunday morning at a property in Bernard Street

An inquest was told doctors failed to exmine, diagnose and treat her for a clot and “she would not have died” had they done so

NHS

Tyrel Gbasai, 19, and Harry Lugg, 18, have been remanded in custody until May, and a 16-year-old has been bailed until May

Gravesend

Peter Charles Duffield, 62, from Orpington, spent the money on holidays, cars, and a gun collection

Kent Police recorded 153 incidents last year, which represents one of the highest figures in the country

Kent Police

During a string of incidents, one man was stabbed, another left with a broken jaw. The pensioner was viciously beaten up

London hospital

George Morley, 19, from Erith, Joseph Le, 20, from Mottingham, and Dwaine Martindale, 19, from Mottingham were all sentenced on March 31

Armed patrols will continue to visit other key locations like Canterbury Cathedral, the Port of Dover and Bluewater

Kent Police

Masood also attended the now-closed Huntleys School in Tunbridge Wells as a teenager

Khalid Masood

He was stabbed by Khalid Masood, from Dartford, who was shot dead by police

Dartford

Gerald Matovu, of Great Guildford Street, Southwark, pleaded guilty to supplying class B mephedrone and class C GHB to the murderer

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