Thirteen people were arrested yesterday in police raids across Greater Manchester and North Yorkshire. The nine men and four women,
In a massive domestic abuse crackdown Greater Manchester Police have made 80 arrests in a two-day sweep of the region ahead of Valentine’s weekend.
A teenage girl is distraught after she was robbed of her change in a ticket dispensing scam at the Market Street Metrolink stop in Manchester city centre – police are warning travellers to be vigilant.
A series of major Oldham drug raids have seen 13 people, including three teenagers, charged with supply or conspiring to supply heroin and crack cocaine by Greater Manchester Police.
New figures on the number of arrests and convictions for possessing images of child sexual abuse in Greater Manchester have been described by the NSPCC as confirming ‘a deeply worrying trend’.
A stash of heroin and crack cocaine – worth up to £7,000 – and a significant amount of cash has been uncovered in an early morning raid in Oldham.
The heartbroken family of a ‘cheeky chappie’ murdered in a brawl in Denton are one step closer to justice as three teens, the youngest just 15, have been charged and one arrested.
A total of 55 arrests were made over the two days at this year’s Parklife Weekender Festival that took place at Heaton Park.
Benjamin Jon Edge, 25, fell from the roof of a metal structure he was helping to dismantle in Ramsbottom last December.
Oldham come into Tuesday’s north Manchester derby on the back of their first win in four matches while Rochdale are within three points of the play-offs with two games in hand over sixth-placed Peterborough.
Complaints filed against Greater Manchester Police have risen by almost 20% in one year, according to new statistics from the Independent Police Complaints Commission.