Michael Steward Share Email this article to a friend To send a link to this page you must be logged in. email@example.com @MichaelReporter The threatening, intimidating and violent people behind hare coursing are 'living outside the law' says top rural police officer 16:30 Michael Steward A top Suffolk rural police officer says hare coursing is a 'huge issue' in the county as farmers and landowners brace themselves for a seasonal rise. All frontline police officers in Essex can apply to be taser-trained 16:39 Michael Steward All frontline uniformed police officers in Essex are eligible to apply to become taser-trained, the force has confirmed. Richard Clarke cold case ten years on: Community 'could hold key to unlocking mystery' 05:30 Michael Steward Cold case detectives investigating the death of a man found on his driveway with a fatal head injury ten years ago say the community "could hold the key to unlocking the mystery". Man fined after missing unpaid work appointments 13:03 Michael Steward An Ipswich man who failed to comply with a community order by missing two unpaid work appointments has been fined in court. Poll Should Suffolk police arm all its officers with taser guns? Yesterday, 16:57 Michael Steward There are no immediate plans to arm every frontline police officer in Suffolk with tasers - despite one force's roll-out of the weapon in response to a "sickening trend" of attacks. 'Accident waiting to happen' - carer with learning difficulties went on to have sex with patient Yesterday, 16:45 Jane Hunt and Michael Steward A judge has slammed a care company for its decision to employ a carer with learning difficulties who then went on to have sex with a vulnerable client. Drivers warned of delays as abnormal load is escorted through Suffolk Tue, 11:59 Michael Steward Drivers are being warned they could face delays on Wednesday as police escort an abnormal load through the county. Police continue appeal for wanted man Tue, 09:32 Michael Steward Police are continuing to appeal for information to find a wanted Colchester man. Tabby McTat stage show comes to Bury St Edmunds Tue, 08:02 Michael Steward A stage adaptation of Julia Donaldson's popular children's book Tabby McTat is coming to Bury St Edmunds. Enjoy traditional crafts at Suffolk's oldest working water mill Tue, 07:25 Michael Steward Suffolk's oldest working water mill is hosting a traditional craft day next month. Live Live updates from across Suffolk and north Essex Tue, 06:39 Michael Steward Keep up to date with all the breaking travel, crime and weather from across Suffolk and north Essex with our live blog. 'It's reckless and inexcusable' - Police slam defibrillator thieves Tue, 05:30 Michael Steward A number of life-saving defibrillators have been stolen in the region - with fears the vital devices could be being sold abroad by organised crime gangs. Shop owner spared prison after selling fake cigarettes Mon, 14:53 Michael Steward A former Suffolk shop owner who sold fake cigarettes and tobacco has been spared jail. Suffolk police lowers flag as mark of respect to fallen Berkshire officer Mon, 10:39 Michael Steward Suffolk Constabulary is flying its force flag at half-mast in tribute to an officer who was killed in Berkshire last week. Judge issues warrant for parents who failed to seek immediate medical help for their baby daughter Friday, August 16, 2019 Michael Steward Parents who did not seek immediate medical attention after their baby burned her hand have been jailed in their absence. Man denies string of historic sex offences Friday, August 16, 2019 Michael Steward A trial date has been set for a man who has denied a string of historic sexual offences. Man avoids prison after spitting at police officers Friday, August 16, 2019 Michael Steward A 48-year-old man has avoided prison after spitting at police officers following his arrest in Thetford town centre. Children invited to enter National Stud junior tour guide competition Friday, August 16, 2019 Michael Steward Children who love horses and enjoy public speaking are being invited to enter a junior tour guide competition at The National Stud in Newmarket. Man jailed for sex assault and slamming police officer's hand in car door Thursday, August 15, 2019 Michael Steward An Ipswich man has been jailed for two years for eight offences including sexual assault, criminal damage and assaulting a police officer. Fraudster avoids prison after stealing more than £6,000 from vulnerable man Thursday, August 15, 2019 Michael Steward A "wicked and cruel" fraudster who stole more than £6,000 from a vulnerable man she was caring for has avoided jail. Man, 21, caught with indecent images of children avoids jail Tuesday, August 13, 2019 Michael Steward A 21-year-old man who was caught with more than 170 indecent images of children on devices at his home has been spared jail. Actions of alleged killer 'not self-defence', court hears Tuesday, August 13, 2019 Michael Steward The actions of a 17-year-old alleged to have murdered a man in Ipswich were "wholly disproportionate" to anything the law would consider self-defence, a court has heard. Drink and drug driver avoids prison after pub wall crash Monday, August 12, 2019 Michael Steward A drink and drug driver who crashed into a pub wall in Sudbury after a police pursuit has avoided prison. Kart racer joins autism team for endurance race Monday, August 12, 2019 Michael Steward A keen kart racer got behind the wheel for a charity endurance event as part of a newly formed 'Racing with Autism' (RWA) team. Motorcyclist who died in village crash is named Sunday, August 11, 2019 Michael Steward A motorcyclist who died following a crash in a Suffolk village on Friday has been named. Two men pronounced dead at scene after BMW hits tree Sunday, August 11, 2019 Michael Steward Two men have died after a car collided with a tree. Rail services between Marks Tey and Sudbury cancelled after train is damaged by trees Sunday, August 11, 2019 Michael Steward Rail services between Marks Tey and Sudbury have been cancelled after the train used on the line was damaged by trees yesterday. Winds easing but rain could arrive later Sunday, August 11, 2019 Michael Steward The high winds of yesterday will ease throughout the day but there could some heavy showers later, according to forecasters. Brother of Clacton Pier victim dies in hospital Sunday, August 11, 2019 Michael Steward The brother of a teenage girl who lost her life after being pulled from the sea close to Clacton Pier has died in hospital, police have confirmed. Live Live updates from across Suffolk and north Essex Sunday, August 11, 2019 Michael Steward Keep up to date with all the latest breaking news and weather stories across Suffolk and north Essex here.