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St. Athan
Your Team

Available to assist with community issues - please call 101 to report a crime and 999 in an emergency

Roger Howells

Force Number: 5085

Contact Number: 07584 883204

Email: Roger.Howells2@south-wales.pnn.police.uk

PCSO Sam Jones
Sam Long

Force Number: 55439

Contact Number: 07584 004351

Email: Samantha.Long@south-wales.pnn.police.uk

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Here’s the latest blog from your Local Policing Inspector Andy Rice, who is responsible for the Vale of Glamorgan. “As a result of information from the community, neighbourhood officers attended an address in St Athan yesterday, where they found cannabis plants growing in the attic.A 22-year-old man was arrested and has been charged with production of a controlled drug of class B and being concerned in the supply of a controlled drug of class B.He will appear before magistrates next month.Tackling the supply of drugs is a priority for us, so please keep telling us about your concerns so we can act. You can report it to us on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.This week, a Cardiff man has been charged with burglary in connection with an incident which took place in the Spar store, Brockhill Rise, Penarth, in October. He is due to appear in court at the end of the month.At a recent Penarth Town Council meeting, concern was expressed about the number of unlawfully parked vehicles in the Penarth area. The council formally asked the police to take action to enforce this. Penarth officers will be taking a more robust approach towards unlawful parking especially where the vehicle is parked in a manner which causes danger or inconvenience to other road users. This will include vehicles obstructing the pavement, parked in a manner which obstructs junctions or pedestrian crossings and vehicles stopped in the designated “keep clear” areas outside schools. We will issue fixed penalty notices as appropriate. Whilst we appreciate the difficulties residents and visitors have in finding a parking space in certain streets in the town, and at certain times of day, this cannot be an excuse for parking unlawfully.”For daily updates from Vale officers you can follow @SWPBarryandVOG on Twitter. ... See MoreSee Less

Here’s the latest blog from your Local Policing Inspector Andy Rice, who is responsible for the Vale of Glamorgan. 

“As a result of information from the community, neighbourhood officers attended an address in St Athan yesterday, where they found cannabis plants growing in the attic.

A 22-year-old man was arrested and has been charged with production of a controlled drug of class B and being concerned in the supply of a controlled drug of class B.

He will appear before magistrates next month.

Tackling the supply of drugs is a priority for us, so please keep telling us about your concerns so we can act. You can report it to us on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

This week, a Cardiff man has been charged with burglary in connection with an incident which took place in the Spar store, Brockhill Rise, Penarth, in October. 
He is due to appear in court at the end of the month.

At a recent Penarth Town Council meeting, concern was expressed about the number of unlawfully parked vehicles in the Penarth area. The council formally asked the police to take action to enforce this.
 
Penarth officers will be taking a more robust approach towards unlawful parking especially where the vehicle is parked in a manner which causes danger or inconvenience to other road users. 

This will include vehicles obstructing the pavement, parked in a manner which obstructs junctions or pedestrian crossings and vehicles stopped in the designated “keep clear” areas outside schools. 

We will issue fixed penalty notices as appropriate. Whilst we appreciate the difficulties residents and visitors have in finding a parking space in certain streets in the town, and at certain times of day, this cannot be an excuse for parking unlawfully.”

For daily updates from Vale officers you can follow @SWPBarryandVOG on Twitter.

 

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Funny... Parents (the sensible ones) have been raising the issue of unlawful parking outside schools in the vale for years, you only need to look at fb pages starting with "parking like a..... In any vale town/village" to see moronic parking on yellow zigzag lines, pedestrian crossings, school entrances... The list goes on... endangering the lives of children and nothing concrete has been done... But when a town council ask, the force jump to attention and take to the streets promising to issue fines.

Well done

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Police in Barry are trying to reunite items of lost property which have been handed in to the station.A large gift bag which contained Christmas gifts was left in a taxi in Barry.It contained assorted candles, fragrance, Christmas cards and named gift cards accompanying presents.If you think these items belong to you, please get in contact with the Barry Enquiry Office, Barry Police Station – by calling 01656 655555 and then dial extension 32310. ... See MoreSee Less

South Wales Police are currently dealing with a serious road traffic collision, on the Eastbound carriageway of the M4 motorway, between junction 42 at Jersey Marine, and junction 41 at Baglan. As a result the Eastbound carriageway is closed at this location, and is likely to remain so for some time, to allow for investigative work to be completed. South Wales Police would like to thank the local community for their patience and understanding during this time. Sergeant Gareth Morgan, of the Western Roads Policing unit is asking that anyone who witnessed or has dash-cam footage of the collision, or who saw a dark coloured Vauxhall Astra travelling westbound in the eastbound carriageway, prior to the collision to contact them quoting incident 934 of the 17th of January. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Ceri Elizabeth Evans this is what we got stuck in

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