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Police arrested a man on suspicion of affray following reports of a fight outside a Suffolk hotel.

A sharp decline in metal theft has been cautiously welcomed by police, who recognise opportunists could strike at any moment as markets fluctuate.

A second man will face no further action following his arrest in connection with a stabbing in Bury St Edmunds last October.

A Suffolk man has been ordered to compensate the security guard he racially abused after being kicked out of job centre for acting threateningly towards another member of staff.

A man suffered a suspected broken leg and a woman is thought to have sustained a lower back injury in a collision between two cars on a village road.

Supermarket giant Tesco is recalling 15 varieties of baby food following concerns that some jars have been tampered with.

A prolific criminal has been jailed for committing a string of offences across Suffolk and Essex over a period of two years.

Campaigners against expansion of Stansted Airport have urged the group behind proposals to resist appealing recent refusal of planning permission.

Justice leaders insist the use of mobile phones in prison will be rooted out and punished after the appearance of 'appalling' social media posts in the name of jailed Ipswich killers.

A 16-year-old boy has been charged with robbing another teenager at knife-point and burgling a charity shop in Ipswich.

Two prisons holding members of Ipswich gangs are among 16 'challenging' jails to get tough security measures as part of the government's crackdown on crime behind bars.

Violent knife offences reached record levels in Suffolk and continued to rise in Essex, according to the latest crime statistics.

Consumer rights officials have urged people to be aware of scam phone calls claiming to be from the Inland Revenue.

Police commissioner Tim Passmore has assured taxpayers he will spend their money wisely as police gain almost £5million in extra government funding for the forthcoming financial year.

A jailed shoplifter's stay in prison has been extended after he emerged from his cell to admit taking a knuckle duster to an Ipswich pub.

Police took more than 3,000 wraps of crack and heroin off the street and seized more than £40,000 of dishonestly made cash in the Ipswich area last year.

A 21-year-old man has been accused of burglary offences at five Ipswich properties in close proximity on the same day.

There is gridlock across Ipswich after police closed a stretch of the A14 near the Orwell Bridge following a collision between two HGVs.

Suffolk woke to frosty conditions this morning as sub-zero temperatures crept in overnight.

A convicted drink-driver was called back to court after blood tests showed he also had drugs in his system at the time.

Nine people remain on bail as police continue investigating a fight in Ipswich last November.

A man has been accused of publicly wielding a baseball bat with a knife attached to the end by screws.

A Sudbury man has admitted using a CD rack to beat his neighbour until he lost consciousness - before lunging open-mouthed at a police officer who tried to arrest him.

An 'absolutely devastated' dog owner has been ordered to pay £500 in compensation after her Alsatian sunk its teeth into a farmer's arm.

A Suffolk man has been accused of possessing extreme pornography and indecent images of children.

A US airman was found slumped in the vomit-spattered front seat of a car he drove with a shredded tyre while drunk on tequila.

An Ipswich man has appeared in court after police officers pulled over his car and found a kitchen knife, a Gurkha knife and an axe in the boot.

An increasing number of people took to the streets to support protests, marches and rallies last year, as the number of public demonstrations staged across Suffolk more than trebled.

A heavily intoxicated hospital visitor tried to steal laughing gas from an ambulance occupied by paramedics and a patient.

Two men have been jailed for 18 weeks after being caught in the middle of burgling an Ipswich hair salon.

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