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An incident in which a pile of dirt was dumped on the steps of Derby Crown Court this morning has been described as disgraceful and shocking by passers-by - but some on Facebook have dubbed him a hero. Police cordoned off the area and a tractor and trailer were at the scene. At one stage, it was feared the dumping was manure but it was later found to be soil. Police have arrested a 49-year-old man on suspicion of criminal damage. Officers were called to the scene at...
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An incident in which a pile of dirt was dumped on the steps of Derby Crown Court this morning has been described as disgraceful and shocking by passers-by. Police cordoned off the area and a tractor and trailer were at the scene. At one stage it was feared the dumping was manure but it was later found to be soil. Police have arrested a 49-year-old man on suspicion of criminal damage. Officers were called to the scene at 7.10am.MORE NEWS: Derby 'bus wars': Fresh battle to commence...
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A man's been arrested after tonnes of dirt was dumped on the steps of Derby Crown Court. The area was cordoned off this morning while the steps were cleared. A passer-by alerted police at around 7 o'clock - spotting a tractor and muck spreader abandoned outside the court.
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Piles of dirt have been dumped on the steps of Derby Crown Court this morning in what appears to be a protest.According to the Derby Telegraph, the incident happened at 7.38am on Tuesday. A tractor and a trailer were at the scene, which has been cordoned off by police.The material was originally thought to be manure but it is now believed to be general muck or dirt.Read more: Clifton man admits car was used for shootings with BB gunThe Telegraph said there is a sign in the cab of the red Massey...
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Muck has been dumped on the steps of Derby Crown Court this morning and police have cordoned off the area.A tractor and trailer were at the scene and the dirt was spread over the courthouse steps.Jane Terry, of Oakwood, said she was walking out of the bus station when the police arrived. She said: I could not believe it. The soil was everywhere and police acted very quickly. I don't think it had happened long. It's so strange.READ MORE: Muck dumped on Derby Crown Court steps - all...
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Muck has been dumped on the steps of Derby Crown Court this morning and police have cordoned off the area.A tractor and trailer were at the scene and the dirt was spread over the courthouse steps.Jane Terry, of Oakwood, said she was walking out of the bus station when the police arrived. She said: I could not believe it. The soil was everywhere and police acted very quickly. I don't think it had happened long. It's so strange.Keep up with the story with our live blog below. It may...
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Piles of muck have been dumped on the steps of Derby Crown Court this morning and police have cordoned off the area. A tractor and trailer was at the scene and the dirt was spread over the courthouse steps. Jane Terry, of Oakwood, said she was walking out of the bus station when the police arrived. She said: I could not believe it. The soil was everywhere and police acted very quickly. I don't think it had happened long. It's so strange. This is...
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Muck has been dumped on the steps of Derby Crown Court this morning and police have cordoned off the area.A tractor and trailer were at the scene and the dirt was spread over the courthouse steps.Jane Terry, of Oakwood, said she was walking out of the bus station when the police arrived. She said: I could not believe it. The soil was everywhere and police acted very quickly. I don't think it had happened long. It's so strange.Keep up with the story with our live blog below. It may...
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Muck has been dumped on the steps of Derby Crown Court this morning and police have cordoned off the area.A tractor and trailer was at the scene and the dirt was spread over the courthouse steps.Jane Terry, of Oakwood, said she was waiting walking out if the bus station when the police arrived. She said: I could not believe it. The soil was everywhere and police acted very quickly. I don't think it had happened long. It's so strange.Keep up with the story with our live blog below. It...
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These shocking images show a dead horse that was dumped in the woods near Five Oak Green last week.It was spotted on Friday by Emily Standen who posted a photo on Facebook to see if anyone recognised the black and white horse.WARNING: Some readers may find the images in this story shockingShe said: I was walking back home to my house in Five Oak Green and saw this poor horse dumped in the woods near Amhurst Bank Road.Looks like a youngster and the poor thing is frozen.It was...