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4552 - PC Alex Reed
PC Alex Reed (Llanishen)

Force Number: 4552

Contact Number: 07584 883350

Email: Alexandra.Reed@south-wales.pnn.police.uk

564 Tony HUGHES
PC Anthony Hughes (Lisvane & Thornhill)

Force Number: 564

Contact Number: 07584 883297

Email: Anthony.Hughes@south-wales.pnn.police.uk

55302 Adrian JOHN
PCSO Adrian John (Llanishen)

Force Number: 55302

Contact Number: 07584 771018

Email: Adrian.John2@south-wales.pnn.police.uk

51387 Jade Kelly
PCSO Jade Kelly (Llanishen)

Force Number: 51387

Contact Number: 07825 099721

Email: Jade.Kelly@south-wales.pnn.police.uk

56512 Matthew ISAAC
PCSO Matthew Isaac (Lisvane & Thornhill)

Force Number: 56512

Contact Number: 07469 908005

Email: Matthew.Isaac@south-wales.pnn.police.uk

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3️⃣ men have received football banning orders following an incident at the Cardiff City Stadium ⚽️❌👩‍✈️▶️ Lee Thomas, from Pentre, was given a 5-year banning order after admitting assault at Cardiff City Football Club v Manchester United on December 22, 2018.▶️ Gareth Walters, from Ely, and Royston Davies, from Llanrumney, were given 3-year banning orders for the same incident.Following their convictions, the men were also ordered to complete unpaid work & pay compensation 💷💷💷A disturbance broke out in the Canton Stand towards the end of the first half when it became clear that a 22-year-old from Ely, and his 16-year-old brother, were Manchester United fans.They were escorted by stewards from the stand to the concourse, where the violence by the defendants continued.Pc Christian Evans, from South Wales Police, said:💬 The victim, and his brother, had obtained tickets for the wrong end and unfortunately, despite their best efforts, were unable to contain their emotions when Manchester United were awarded a penalty.💬 While it was perhaps foolish to sit in the home end, this young man did not deserve to be assaulted.Walters, 34, pleaded guilty to spitting in the face of the victim and was sentenced to 8 weeks in prison, suspended for 12 months, and 100 hours of unpaid work. He must pay £100 compensation and £225 victim surcharge and costs.Davies, 47, pleaded guilty to a common assault by way of a punch, and was sentenced 60 hours unpaid work. He must pay £100 compensation and £170 costs and victim surcharge.Thomas, 34, pleaded guilty to assaulting the victim and was sentenced to the 120 hours unpaid work and must pay £50 compensation, £170 costs and victim surcharge. He received a longer ban, having already received a three year banning order in March for a pitch invasion in February.Pc Evans added: 💬 The overwhelming majority of Cardiff City fans are well-behaved and passionate about their team 💬 In fact some home fans tried to protect the victim and his brother during this incident. 💬 However, whenever there is evidence of football-related disorder or violence we always pursue those responsible in order that appropriate action is taken.Walters, Davies and Thomas are banned from attending any football matches in the UK which are regulated under the Football Spectators Act 1989.As part of their bans, imposed by Cardiff Magistrates’ Court on Friday, June 14, they must not: ❌ Enter any licensed premises within 2500 metres of any regulated football match in the United Kingdom during the period of 5 hours before kick-off until 5 hours after the final whistle ❌ Enter any town or City in the United Kingdom where Cardiff City Football Club or the Wales Team are playing a regulated match at any away ground.#keepingcardiffsafe ... MoreLess

3️⃣ men have received football banning orders following an incident at the Cardiff City Stadium ⚽️❌👩‍✈️

▶️ Lee Thomas, from Pentre, was given a 5-year banning order after admitting assault at  Cardiff City Football Club v Manchester United on December 22, 2018.

▶️ Gareth Walters, from Ely, and Royston Davies, from Llanrumney, were given 3-year banning orders for the same incident.

Following their convictions, the men were also ordered to complete unpaid work & pay compensation 💷💷💷

A disturbance broke out in the Canton Stand towards the end of the first half when it became clear that a 22-year-old from Ely, and his 16-year-old brother, were Manchester United fans.

They were escorted by stewards from the stand to the concourse, where the violence by the defendants continued.

Pc Christian Evans, from South Wales Police, said:

💬 The victim, and his brother, had obtained tickets for the wrong end and unfortunately, despite their best efforts, were unable to contain their emotions when Manchester United were awarded a penalty.

💬 While it was perhaps foolish to sit in the home end, this young man did not deserve to be assaulted.

Walters, 34, pleaded guilty to spitting in the face of the victim and was sentenced to 8 weeks in prison, suspended for 12 months, and 100 hours of unpaid work. He must pay £100 compensation and £225 victim surcharge and costs.
Davies, 47, pleaded guilty to a common assault by way of a punch, and was sentenced 60 hours unpaid work. He must pay £100 compensation and £170 costs and victim surcharge.

Thomas, 34, pleaded guilty to assaulting the victim and was sentenced to the 120 hours unpaid work and must pay £50 compensation, £170 costs and victim surcharge. He received a longer ban, having already received a three year banning order in March for a pitch invasion in February.

Pc Evans added: 

💬 The overwhelming majority of Cardiff City fans are well-behaved and passionate about their team 

💬 In fact some home fans tried to protect the victim and his brother during this incident. 

💬 However, whenever there is evidence of football-related disorder or violence we always pursue those responsible in order that appropriate action is taken.

Walters, Davies and Thomas are banned from attending any football matches in the UK which are regulated under the Football Spectators Act 1989.

As part of their bans, imposed by Cardiff Magistrates’ Court on Friday, June 14, they must not: 

❌ Enter any licensed premises within 2500 metres of any regulated football match in the United Kingdom during the period of 5 hours before kick-off until 5 hours after the final whistle 
❌ Enter any town or City in the United Kingdom where Cardiff City Football Club or the Wales Team are playing a regulated match at any away ground.

#keepingcardiffsafe

 

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Peter Thomas

Kieron Evans

Alex Riley Josh O'Sullivan Ryan Lane

Alex Riley Josh O'Sullivan Ryan Lane

Why are the police & Stewards allowing away fans in the home end

Dion Declan Zacch-Elijah

Paul Evans

Rhys Carpanini

What action has been taken against the Manchester United "fans" who were in the wrong part of the stadium and against the Cardiff City season ticket holders who gave them, or sold them, the tickets?

Shouldn't of been in the Cardiff end in the first place.

To everyone that is defending the criminals in this case... well done. You're representing the team well.

celebrates in the wrong end, what did they think they'd get? a cuddle? 😂😂😂

Bang out of order that , same would happen to me if I was to sit in there end at old Trafford , absolutely ridiculous, sort it out

Shame Feel sorry for the lads arrested, should never have been in the home end they knew the risks

Give the thugs a lifetime ban.

How come the one was able to get into the match if he was already given 3 yr ban in March ???

The only reason they shouldnt be in there is because things like this happen. At the end of the day, as long as they dont start any trouble, just let them support their team. If the man utd game at old Trafford was a relegation decider and we didnt have enough tickets, I bet half the moaners who say 'liverpool fans shouldnt be in the Cardiff end' would take a ticket amongst man utd fans at old Trafford to see a bit Cardiff game.

Got tickets in the wrong end unfortunately!!!!!!! If you believe that then your more of a mug than the pair that got a slap, they knew the risks and tried it on but when they had a slap ran to the authorities, can’t believe the 3 they’ve had banning orders but the 2 muppets are free to do the same again

"While it was perhaps foolish to sit in the home end this young man did not deserve to be assaulted"... to be honest lads if you celebrate a different team's goal on purpose you are kind of asking for trouble

Jolly good news SWP, great work.

Jon Davies

I bet they don't take fifa loses well 🤣

Those that sold there tickets to these plastic Manure fans need banning. They have caused people to be assaulted and sent to jail. Jokers

I actually sat with some Newcastle and Man Utd fans at St James’ Park and Old Trafford. The only reason I was sat there is because I got moved on both occasions due to the seating being unsuitable.

Well done Christian mate 😉👍

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Ely incident: Teenager released from custody.An 18-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder has been released from custody on police bail.South Wales Police were called to reports of a domestic incident in Lon-Yr-Efail, Caerau, Ely, at approximately 8pm on Friday, June 14.Despite the efforts of the emergency services, a 56-year-old man died at the scene.South Wales Police is not looking for anyone else in connection with this incident.Anyone with information which may assist officers in their investigation and who has yet to speak to police is asked to contact 101, quoting occurrence 1900214801. ... MoreLess

Ely incident: Teenager released from custody.

An 18-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder has been released from custody on police bail.

South Wales Police were called to reports of a domestic incident in Lon-Yr-Efail, Caerau, Ely, at approximately 8pm on Friday, June 14.

Despite the efforts of the emergency services, a 56-year-old man died at the scene.

South Wales Police is not looking for anyone else in connection with this incident.

Anyone with information which may assist officers in their investigation and who has yet to speak to police is asked to contact 101, quoting occurrence 1900214801.

 

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Finally!! Didn’t deserve anything he went threw and being a proud son protecting his mother like anyone should! She’s a free woman now and can start a fresh happy healthier life!

About time to the poor lad was only protecting his mother hope he has the support and love he so dearly needs xx

I love this kid , he’s so respectful kind and caring , let’s hope the authorities treat him the same xx

So pleased bless him and his mother ,and family God bless them sending hugs xx

Great news hope his mum and family are ok xx

Well done he was just protecting his loved ones xx

Hope him and his family are ok they all need support now

Thank god hes such a lovely boy and he was protecting his mother.. if you knew her you would see how tiny she was and her husband was alot bigger..

So glad he's back with his mum and sisters! 🤗

Poor boy , hope he gets the support and love he needs x

So pleased for him and his mother.All done was defend his mother , wishing you well X

Good news hope you all can start to rebuild a happier home now, xxxx

Good sign They have let him out on bail,, good luck young man you've got loads of support coming your way

Fantastic news,his mum needs him and he needs his mum at this time,fingers crossed that he gets to stay home 🤞🏻

The whole family need support, very sad 😥

Great news.Hopefully keep him out as well and let him be with his mum.

Been in a situation similar protecting my mum..the knife snapped as i plunged forward.. I looked up and ran ..I was about aged 13/14 at the time.

Great decision to make...... Early days yet ... but all evidence as per previous posts..SWP .. Good call .. Hopefully all things considered... This family can move forward ..... and Heal from such tragic circumstances ... and if a sentence is to be dealt .. I hope it's lenient .... When all said and done I hope the family are left alone at this time to deal with and come to terms with everything that has gone on .

I hope this poor family are ok. The circumstances being hinted at are just awful.

This lady would have lived in fear of this man not anymore you can live free of fear. Let's hope your loving son can get a slap on the wrist knowing he saved your life - heartbreaking as it is - sending lots of love and support to your family x

Very sad situation where the young man has been caught up in this just hope he can have all the support he needs .

Definitely about time I hope him and the family are okay

Hope everything works out for him and his mother

hope he reads these comments and can see all the support he has from the community. take care of yourself and your family xxxx

I hope if the case gets to court every person that’s ever known him signs a petition or better still send individually 🙏🙏🙏🙏

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1 day ago

South Wales Police Cardiff

The following items have either been reported stolen to us or have been found and are suspected to be stolen.We would love to reunite the items with their owners. Please help if you can.You can call us on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting the relevant reference number. #keepingCardiffsafe ... MoreLess

The following items have either been reported stolen to us or have been found and are suspected to be stolen.
We would love to reunite the items with their owners. Please help if you can.
You can call us on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting the relevant reference number. 
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Kyle Jenkins

Lel Davies

Jaye Crumb did u get your bike bk mate

Police are very selective over what they post on here. My tools from my van cost £6000. No post by police.

Daniel Crumb

Gemma Maria Sutton

Adrian Jones

Maybe you’ll get something back

Pity they don't name who stole the bike when they know who did it

Natalie Thomas look at the digger tell your friend to look it might be there’s

Nicola Fergusson xx

Jaye Crumb ain’t that ur bike

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