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Road cameras called into question

ANPR cameras used by Kent Police

07 August 2013

Kent Police are being urged to review how they use automatic number plate recognition technology after another force was ordered to dismantle cameras.

Rivals' dispute led to death threats

The case was heard at Canterbury Crown Court

07 August 2013

A fall-out between two business pals led to a “misguided” youngster threatening to take deadly revenge.

Murder suspect 'concocted story about boyfriend's machete attack'

Kevin McKinley was fatally shot in Merryweather Close in February

07 August 2013

A woman accused of murder made up a story about her boyfriend being attacked by several men, a jury heard.

Man jailed after having sex with girl he claimed 'came on to him'

Roger Panesar, jailed for sexual activity with a child

07 August 2013

A father-of-two has been locked up for having sex with a teenage girl he claimed had instigated the affair.

Man 'strikes killer blows' on dad of five for damaging wing mirrors: Court

Paul Scott died days after an attack by Robert Alderman

07 August 2013

A murder suspect was dancing around 'like Mohammed Ali' after allegedly punching and stamping on his victim, a court heard.

Ex-soldier caught driving while high on horse tranquilliser

06 August 2013

A former squaddie gave police a telltale clue after being stopped while driving erratically... he had white powder all over his nose.

Pervert locked up after approaching boys at leisure centre

Matthew Woodgate

06 August 2013

A convicted sex offender with a 'distorted and perverted view of children' has been jailed after approaching boys in a public pool.

Legal executive stole thousands by fiddling her expenses

Tracey Robins worked for Furley Page solicitors

05 August 2013

A woman has avoided prison after pocketing more than £5,500 by stealing from clients and fiddling expenses.

Legal Aid cuts 'will convict innocent people': Leading barrister

Oliver Saxby QC, who will prosecute in M1 horror crash trial

05 August 2013

One of Kent's most senior barristers has warned innocent people could be convicted following cuts to the Legal Aid budget.

Machete attack court case: latest

The crime scene at Downs Road, Walmer

03 August 2013

A man has been found guilty of trying to attack a police officer with a machete outside his home in Walmer.

Ex-teacher jailed for fingerprint fiddle

Ex-teacher Samantha Burmis has been jailed for two years

02 August 2013

A woman who used her daughter's fingerprints in a bid to hide her criminal past when applying for a school job has today been jailed for two years.

Pervert GP admits sex attacks

The Oaks surgery in Swanley

02 August 2013

A doctor has today admitted a string of sex assaults and making indecent images of children - after reports of photos being taken of his patients.

Child sex beast jailed for 13 years

Michael Anderson, 52, jailed for 13 years for sex offences

02 August 2013

A pervert who carried out a "persistent and humiliating" campaign of sexual abuse on a young girl has been locked up.

Woman spends four days in hospital after dog attack

Student Gabriel Neghina leaving Canterbury Magistrates' Court

02 August 2013

A student has been told to pay £600 compensation to a woman whose hand was nearly torn off by an out-of-control dog he was walking.

Man convicted of frenzied machete attack towards PC

A police officer by a car damaged in the attack

02 August 2013

A man has been found guilty of lashing out in a frenzy at a police officer with a machete and smashing his car window.

Cleaner stole client's jewellery to buy drink and drugs

Charlie Cooper outside Canterbruy Crown Court

02 August 2013

A cleaner swiped £1,500 of sentimental jewellery from a woman he worked for and spent the cash on wine and MDMA.

Father stabs himself... before blaming ex

The case was heard at Maidstone Crown Court

01 August 2013

A distraught mother was arrested when her devious ex-partner falsely claimed she had stabbed him with a kitchen knife.

Sex attack victim's anger as pervert spared prison

The case was heard at Canterbury Crown Court

31 July 2013

A young mother has told of her fury after a plumber who sexually assaulted her avoided an immediate prison sentence for his "vile" behaviour.

Petition calls for tougher knife crime laws after dad's death

David Young died after being stabbed in Windmill Road, Gillingham

31 July 2013

Hundreds of people have signed an online petition calling for tougher knife crime sentences after the stabbing death of a young father.

Jail for bomb hoaxer who sparked huge alert at supermarket

David Williams was sentenced at Maidstone Crown Court

30 July 2013

A blackmailer who attempted to extort £10,000 from a supermarket by making a bomb threat is behind bars today.

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