Michael Steward Share Email this article to a friend To send a link to this page you must be logged in. firstname.lastname@example.org @MichaelReporter Man arrested in connection with Needham Market stabbing will face no further action Yesterday, 17:24 Michael Steward A man arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following an alleged knife attack in Needham Market will face no further action, police have confirmed. 'Corrie would have loved that car to be fixed' - Brother of missing airman vows to restore convertible Yesterday, 16:20 Michael Steward The brother of missing Corrie McKeague has vowed to restore the serviceman's first car after retrieving the vehicle from the Suffolk RAF base where the gunner was stationed. Radical police detective scheme nominated for award Yesterday, 12:10 Michael Steward A radical Suffolk Constabulary scheme to recruit detectives from the general public has been nominated in the World Class Policing Awards. Alleged rape victim told 'not to say anything', court hears Wed, 19:00 Michael Steward A woman who claims she was raped in an Ipswich car park was told "not to say anything" by one of her alleged perpetrators, a court heard. Man admits role in Debenham Co-op ram raid Wed, 16:30 Michael Steward A man has admitted his role in a JCB ram raid on a Suffolk Co-op which saw a cash machine ripped from the wall of the store and a defibrillator destroyed. Suffolk police recognises its specials at awards Wed, 09:38 Michael Steward Suffolk police recognised the work of its specials with an awards ceremony to celebrate their achievements. Woman denies fraud while working as treasurer Wed, 07:30 Michael Steward A woman has denied stealing more than £2,500 while working as a treasurer of a group which supported a Suffolk primary school. Man charged with causing death of motorcyclist Jake Page by careless driving Tue, 19:00 Michael Steward A man will appear in court next month charged with causing the death of a 19-year-old motorcyclist. 'Unprecedented demand' for places at county lines meeting Tue, 17:10 Michael Steward Some parents were turned away from a meeting on county lines in Bury St Edmunds last night due to "unprecedented demand" for places. Cocaine found in frozen meat load - man arrested Tue, 14:53 Michael Steward A truck driver has been charged with attempting to import class A drugs after cocaine worth an estimated £20million was seized at Harwich wrapped in slabs of frozen meat. Man to face trial over 19 parking tickets in 21 days Tue, 11:30 Michael Steward A man who amassed 19 parking tickets in the space of 21 days will face a trial in the new year over unpaid fees. Rise in Suffolk vehicle thefts, new figures reveal Tue, 07:00 Michael Steward There were more than 600 incidents of vehicle theft in Suffolk last year - an increase of nearly 10%, new police figures have revealed. Man released under investigation after Bury police chase Mon, 11:31 Michael Steward A man has been released under investigation after a car was chased by police in Bury St Edmunds. Man charged over Bury stabbing to appear in court Mon, 10:55 Michael Steward A 24-year-old man charged in connection with a stabbing outside a popular Bury St Edmunds pub will appear at crown court next month. Suffolk coast labelled a 'soft touch' for smugglers and people traffickers Saturday, November 9, 2019 Michael Steward Fears over Suffolk's isolated and exposed coastline have led to it being described as a "soft touch" for smugglers. Lorry drivers who got drunk on ferry are banned from road Friday, November 8, 2019 Michael Steward Two lorry drivers who got drunk on a ferry crossing and were caught behind the wheel at Felixstowe docks have been banned from the road. Man charged with burglary of Leiston Co-op to appear in court Thursday, November 7, 2019 Michael Steward A man will appear at Ipswich Crown Court next month charged with burglary and conspiracy to burgle the Co-op at Leiston. Man denies supplying drugs Thursday, November 7, 2019 Michael Steward A man has denied supplying drugs in Bury St Edmunds and will appear at crown court next month. Sales rep charged with fraud to appear at court Wednesday, November 6, 2019 Michael Steward A man will appear at Ipswich Crown Court next month accused of committing fraud while working as a sales rep for a company based near Bury St Edmunds. 80-year-old who drove in wrong direction on A14 is fined Wednesday, November 6, 2019 Michael Steward An 80-year-old man who drove the wrong way on the A14 and caused a crash on the carriageway has been fined in court. Homeless man punched Spoon World Buffet employee outside restaurant, court hears Wednesday, November 6, 2019 Michael Steward A homeless man who punched a restaurant worker in Ipswich when he tried to call the police outside the eatery has been handed a community order. Man caught drink driving at four-and-a-half times limit avoids jail Wednesday, November 6, 2019 Michael Steward An Ipswich man caught driving at nearly four-and-a-half times the legal limit for alcohol after travelling to Tesco to buy vodka has avoided prison. Man denies causing damage to easyHotel Tuesday, November 5, 2019 Michael Steward A man has denied causing more than £2,000 worth of damage to a popular Ipswich budget hotel. Quad bike vandals doing doughnuts damage football pitches Tuesday, November 5, 2019 Michael Steward Vandals damaged two pitches at a thriving Suffolk football club, forcing weekend youth games to be postponed. Shooting organisation calls for new Essex firearms licensing policy to be withdrawn Tuesday, November 5, 2019 Michael Steward The UK's largest shooting organisation has strongly opposed a change to firearms licensing in Essex which means medical information must be provided in every application. Fake £20 notes used in town centre bar Monday, November 4, 2019 Michael Steward Businesses in Bury St Edmunds have been urged to remain vigilant after five fake £20 notes were used at a town centre bar at the weekend. More than 11,000 Suffolk and Essex homes targeted by burglars Monday, November 4, 2019 Michael Steward Householders are being urged to use smart technology to protect their properties after figures revealed more than 11,000 homes were burgled across Suffolk and Essex in the past year. Man jailed after police found indecent images on hidden USB sticks Saturday, November 2, 2019 Michael Steward An Ipswich man who tried to hide USB sticks containing indecent images of children from police in a stapler and a Sellotape container has been jailed. 'Greedy and dishonest' labourer stole £29,000 from mum's partner Saturday, November 2, 2019 Michael Steward A self-employed labourer who stole more than £29,000 from his mum's partner to fund a lavish holiday and pay off debts has avoided jail. People who want firearms licences in Essex must now supply medical evidence Friday, November 1, 2019 Michael Steward Anyone wanting to apply for a firearms licence in Essex must now provide medical information verified by a GP following a policy change.