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    North Derbyshire Radio

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Several charged after Derbyshire robberies

todayMarch 30, 2022 5

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Officers across the county have arrested and charged several people in recent weeks on suspicion of burglary.

A 21-year-old Buxton woman has been arrested on suspicion of committing six burglaries in the town and possessing drugs. She has been released under investigation while our inquires continue.

A 22-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of a burglary in Buxton where a car was stolen. He has been questioned and released on bail.

A man has been charged in connection with a number of burglaries in the Matlock area.

Philip Chapman (29), of Dale Road, is alleged to have stolen items from businesses during March this year.

Justin Poynton (45) of no fixed address, has been charged in connection with a burglary at a house in Stanley Street, Derby and is due to appear before magistrates on April 8.

Kyle Woodward (27), of Bramerton Road, Nottingham, has been charged with a burglary at a house in Derby and is due to appear before magistrates in the city on April 14.

Joan Hordan (41), of Birchwood Crescent, Grangewood, has been charged with two burglaries, two cases of shoplifting and one count of possessing a knife, all alleged to have happened in Chesterfield. She appeared before magistrates in Derby on March 22 and was remanded into custody.

Kye Brissett (31), of Manor Road, Rotherham, has been charged with a burglary at a flat in Newbold while Lee White (35) of Emmet Field Close, Grangewood has been charged with a burglary at a garage in Old Whittington

A 35-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of a burglary in Newbold and released on bail.

While we have not seen a rise in cases of burglary in the county, we would like to take the opportunity to remind you to think about home, garage and shed security as the warmer weather arrives.

Remember to leave windows and doors secure at night and when out in the garden in the daytime.

Make sure your sheds and garages are locked and consider securing items inside, like bicycles or motorbikes, with chains and locks.

For more information on home security, visit the dedicated page on our website Protecting your home from crime | Crime prevention | Derbyshire Constabulary

Written by: NDR NEWS

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