Monday, 30 November 2020

Colwyn Bay.....Police issue another dispersal order in North Wales after more anti-social behaviour!


These low life scum bags plaguing Colwyn Bay and Llandudno appear to be unaware of what a covid bubble is! The sad thing is it won't wipe them all out but innocent family or relatives!

Police have been granted dispersal powers in Colwyn Bay town center following a spate of antisocial behavior.

The 48-hour dispersal order means that anyone who is asked to leave the area by a police officer must do so.

It started at 5pm on Sunday and runs until 4.59pm on Tuesday.

The dispersal order is the second to be imposed by North Wales Police in recent days.

Over the weekend, similar powers were granted to officers in Pwllheli following reports of under-age drinking at parties that breached Covid rules on mass gatherings.

North Wales Police has not specified the incidents which led to Colwyn Bay’s dispersal order.

In recent days, the area’s police team has investigated cases of vandalism, although not in the town itself.

Damage to coastal path fencing was reported next to North Wales Golf Club in Llandudno, and officers appealed for information after English words on road signs in the area were daubed with graffiti.

A pro-independence slogan was also painted on a wall.

In a statement, the West Conwy Coastal policing team said: “Due to the recent increase in anti-social related incidents, North Wales Police have now put dispersal powers in place in Colwyn Bay town center.

"These powers are now in place from 17:00 hours today Sunday 29/11/20 until 16:59 hours on Tuesday 01/12/20.”

From.....https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/police-issue-another-dispersal-order-19369199

Colwyn Bay... Pedestrian Who Was Hit By Car Makes Appeal For Information!


This is shocking but in the victim's own words below, I hope the driver is caught. This appeal appears on Facebook. If anyone saw anything please get in touch on 101 or contact Barry Andrew Wareing on Facebook. Thank you.

 I've resisted for two weeks to make it public knowledge. But at 17.05pm on November 14th, I was hit by a car (Silver Vauxhall Zafira) outside the Conwy council building in Colwyn Bay whilst crossing the road. I was walking to meet my Dad, and Benjamin who was dropping my sister to her car further uptown, and we were all going for a meal in Llandudno.

I still don't know how it happened as I'm normally very cautious crossing roads. All of a sudden I looked left and saw headlights coming towards me and the next thing was flying through the air.

The man who hit me got out and helped me to the pavement. He then moved his car into a bus stop a little further on and came back to see me. My initial reaction was to get to my feet as I didn't want Benjamin to see me injured on the floor.

I told the man I was fine and that he could go. In hindsight, I should've got his details and called an ambulance as I was in a lot of pain a short time later.

My sister then took me to Glan Clwyd Hospital where I underwent numerous X-rays and a CT scan. Long story short I suffered heavy bruising and a double fracture to my right leg. Police would like to speak to the driver but unfortunately, CCTV can't make out the registration as it was dark at that time!!








Llandudno....Body found on Seafront, Police confirm!


 Sad news, Another murder, accident, or suicide? We will have to wait and see.

A body has been found on the seafront at Llandudno, say police.

North Wales Police said the discovery was made on the town's North Shore on Sunday morning but said it was too early in the investigation to confirm any additional information.

A section of the North Shore promenade was cordoned off for several hours by officers while emergency services were at the scene.

Police, paramedics, and crews from the coastguard search and rescue teams all attended the scene.

A witness said that crews from the coastguard search and rescue teams were seen searching in the water earlier on Sunday.

Emergency services left the scene at about 1pm.

A spokesperson for North Wales Police said: "I can confirm that a body was discovered earlier this morning in Llandudno.

“There are no further details are available at this time and investigations are ongoing."

From....https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/body-found-llandudno-seafront-police-19367496


Saturday, 28 November 2020

Llandudno.... Man scammed thousands of pounds out of victims including an 87-year-old man!

Llandudno seems to have a wide variety of criminals, Fraudsters, Drug Dealers, Murderers, Sexual Abusers, Rapists, Arsonists, Vandals, it just seems never-ending!

Daniel Lee Jones, 36, sold fake concert and football tickets and other items using Twitter and Gumtree

Daniel Lee Jones, 36, sold fake concert and football tickets and other items using Twitter and Gumtree

 A con artist scammed several people out of thousands of pounds by pretending to sell tickets and other items to fund his gambling addiction.

Daniel Lee Jones, 36, appeared at Caernarfon Crown Court charged with fraud by false representation after scamming 34 individuals out of money over a 12 month period.

The court heard how Jones, of Flat 5, 5 Howard Road, Llandudno, claimed he had football tickets, concert tickets, and various items to sell on Twitter and Gumtree.

One of his victims was an 87-year-old man who believed he was buying a table tennis set and a tennis table robot from Jones on Gumtree but when he sent him the £525 he never received the items.

Jones also scammed single mum Carrie Hustler by claiming he had Pink concert tickets to sell.

In a statement read out by Miss Hustler, she said that she had bought the tickets as a surprise for her daughter who is a massive fan of the singer but the tickets never arrived.

Another one of his victims put out a tweet asking for tickets to the UEFA Champions League semi-final in April and Jones responded offering to sell him tickets.

Despite being initially nervous about the situation, the victim eventually paid Jones £225 via Paypal but never received the tickets.

Another individual also tweeted asking for football tickets to watch Liverpool play Barcelona in the champions league and Jones offered to sell tickets to him but no tickets were ever received.

One woman traveled from Sweden to London after Jones sold her non-existent tickets for a Coldplay concert.

Each victim said that when they contacted Jones to enquire about their items he became "hostile" and "unpleasant".

Jones was caught out when one of the victims who lives up in Scotland contacted the police there and Jones was arrested at his home in July.

Caernarfon Crown Court. Photo by Ian Cooper
Caernarfon Crown Court. Photo by Ian Cooper 

During his interview with police Jones admitted what he had done and said it was "easy" to do and that he "needed the money" after losing his job.

Representing Jones Simon Kileen made the court aware that Jones had been taking part in the fraudulent activity to fund his gambling addiction.

Sentencing Jones to 21 months in prison and praising North Wales Police for handling the case quickly, Judge Rowlands said: "You have behaved in a thoroughly dishonest fashion tricking a large number of people into parting with their money in the expectation of receiving tickets and the like.

"You had absolutely no intention or the means of providing those items.

"Sadly it's not out of character, you have been to prison in the past for very similar behavior.

"You have either learned nothing from that or you are determined to ignore the law and try to take advantage of others in the hope that you could get away with it.

"With your past history, you will know just how serious these matters are.

"These were repeated acts of dishonesty over a long period of time and you had a very high number of victims.

"To some of those individuals, the loss of £200 or £400 is likely to have been a significant blow.

"Miss Hustler is a single working mother who was let down and you took all her available money for the tickets to a concert where she intended to go as a treat for her child.

"You display what can only be viewed as brazen arrogance, the hallmark of a conman."

From....https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/twitter-gumtree-conman-sold-non-19357593

Llandudno....Police appeal for witnesses after Golf Course is damaged by vandals!


 Is nothing sacred to the gangs of marauding yobs in Llandudno? It would seem not!

A GOLF course has been repeatedly targeted by vandals who tore off its wire fencing.

North Wales Police has appealed to witnesses of several incidents in which damage was caused to the North Wales Golf Course in Llandudno.

A tweet on the NWP West Conwy Coastal page said: "Between August and November North Wales Golf Club #Llandudno has reported several incidents of damage to the fencing between the boundary of the golf course and the coastal path.

"If you know who responsible for the damage please contact PCSO Pam Hayers at Llandudno Police Station." 

NWP West Conwy Coastal
Between August and November North Wales Golf Club #Llandudno has reported several incidents of damage to the fencing between the boundary of the golf course and the coastal path If you know who responsible for the damage please contact PCSO Pam Hayers at Llandudno Police Station
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Friday, 27 November 2020

Llandudno...Jacket and money stolen from car in Rhos on Sea!


 A CAR was broken into and a jacket and money were pinched in Rhos-on-Sea.

Community Safety Central, which covers Conwy and Denbighshire, tweeted on November 26: "I am going to Penrhyn Avenue in Rhos On Sea to put up a car crime alert sign.

"We have had a report that a car was broken into and a jacket and money stolen from within.

"Please remember to lock your car and remove all valuables." 

I am going to Penrhyn Ave in #RhosOnSea to put up a car crime alert sign. We have had a report that a car was broken into and a jacket and money stolen from within. Please remember to lock your car and remove all valuables. Please share with people who live in the area, thank you
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From....https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18900523.jacket-money-stolen-car-rhos-sea/