Despite CCTV footage showing Benson being chased by the grandson of the occupant of Heron Court, he denied the burglary, claiming that he was only there to rummage in rubbish bins and skips for disposed items he could make use of.
Almost a thousand people in Greater Manchester have been sitting on police bail for more than six months, MM has learned.
A family of four from Spa Road, Bolton, have been imprisoned for beating, enslaving, and forcing two Hungarian women into prostitution.
Manchester City Council have refuted claims that they are in the wrong regarding the eviction of ‘The Ark’ homeless camp, stating that public disruption necessitated its removal.
Bogus meat: Manchester supermarket slapped with £20k fine after selling lamb mince bulked out with beef
Manchester Superstore (Rusholme) Limited, which is based in Wilmslow Road and supplied meat to many of the restaurants and takeaways on the Curry Mile, were found guilty after their representatives failed to turn up to a hearing at Manchester Magistrates’ Court.
Bosses of a Manchester shisha bar which posed such a risk to the public it had to be demolished have been sent down for their ‘blatant disregard for fire safety’.
A ‘violent thug’ who punched his heavily pregnant teen partner in the stomach, causing her to lose her baby has been sentenced to four years and eight months in a young offender’s institute.
Derek Alexander Szostok, 62, died after he tried to break up a row between William Lynch and his brother at a flat on Moresby Close in the early hours of August 26.
William Lynch, 41, who was hosting the bash, had lunged at sibling Andrew in a ‘childish’ rage while demanding guests leave his home.
Two staff members of the Parrs Wood Cineworld received electric shocks while using the faulty popcorn machine in the same day – costing the cinema £12,193.29.
Office worker Curbie Dunlop, 18, began scuffling with 21-year-old sales assistant Hebe McLaren after accusing her of sleeping with her boyfriend.