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July 2011 Newsletter
31 July 2011
Two charged following The Sparrow Pub robbery, Ansty
Inc 422 of 10 July

Police have charged two men, aged 24 and 28 years old, from Coventry on suspicion of robbery following an incident at The Sparrow Public House in Coombe Fields Road, Ansty at approximately 11.30pm on Sunday evening 10 July 2011.

Twenty-four year old Clark McAuley of Hepworth Road in Binley, Coventry and Twenty-eight year old Sean O'Sullivan of Walsgrave Road, Coventry have both been charged with conspiracy to commit robbery in relation to the offence at the Sparrow Public House and a similar offence at the Cocked Hat Public House in Coventry. They have also been charged with handling a stolen vehicle from a car key burglary.
Clark McAuley has also been charged with a dangerous driving offence.

Both men were remanded in custody after appearing before Coventry Magistrates on Wednesday, 13 July to next appear at Coventry Crown Court on Friday 22 July 2011.

Two Appear In Court Charged With Burglary
Shane Welsby, aged 23 years, from St Andrews Crescent, Rugby and Kyle Smith, 20, years, were both remanded in custody to return to the court on Thursday 14 July, when they appeared before magistrates at the Nuneaton Justice Centre on 9 July.

Welsby has been charged with three counts of burglary, relating to incidents in Long Furlong on 7 July, and two burglaries in Hall Lane, Wolvey overnight 5 – 6 July. He is also charged with driving while disqualified.
Kyle Smith, aged 20 years was also charged with the two burglaries in Wolvey overnight 5 – 6 July. He was further charged with possession of a Class B drug, namely amphetamine, and criminal damage.

Driver stopped in Brinklow for using mobile phone whilst driving
On Tuesday 12th July 2011, PC Cree stopped the driver of a vehicle who was using her mobile phone whilst driving on Coventry Road, Brinklow. Due to the amount of points on the driver's licence PC Cree was unable to deal with the driver by the way of a fixed penalty notice and will be reporting the driver to be dealt with in court.

Wolvey and Withybrook Tags
Local PCSO's have completed two tags in the month of July, working along with Rugby Borough Council. The first one was on 12th July in Wolvey and we parked the mobile police station up in The Square and handed out over 50 community safety packs and offered additional security advise to local residents due to a rise in burglaries in the area.
Wolvey and Withybrook Tags We then visited Withybrook on the 19th July and offered the same service and we were really pleased with the amount of people that offered to become Neighourhood Watch Co-ordinators. If you are interested in become part of Neighbourhood Watch in either Wolvey or Withybrook please contact PCSO Sharon BAILIE 6152 by emailing or tel 01788 853851 and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

Cannabis found in Brinklow, male arrested
During routine patrols of Cathiron Lane, Brinklow, PC Cree and PCSO Havelock came across two vehicles parked in a lay-by. Suspicions were raised and the officers investigated, they could smell cannabis from one of the vehicles. PC Cree conducted searches on two of the occupants and small amounts of cannabis were found. Further questioning was conducted with the driver where he admitted to have more in the vehicle the driver then produced an amount of cash and cannabis in bags. The male was then arrested for possession with the intent to supply. The other male was given a street caution.
Cannabis found in Brinklow, male arrested

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