11 December 2013: 2:57pm
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A “RUTHLESS” uncle and nephew were both branded dangers to society after carrying out a spate of terrifying armed raids on shops across Wirral.Read
MERSEYSIDE Police investigating a possible red card betting scam arrested former Tranmere Rovers midfielder Steve Jennings today.
THE number of arrests thanks to calls to Crimestoppers in Merseyside rose by almost a quarter in a year.Read
FIVE Merseyside men were arrested over a haul of 10 million smuggled cigarettes.Read
TWO men who came to the aid of a teenager being viciously stabbed by the man who had just murdered his dad were recognised as brave heroes.Read
MERSEYSIDE is set be one of the worst-hit areas when savage police cuts are pushed through by the Government.Read
DETECTIVES want to trace this man after an armed robbery at a Wirral bookmakers.Read
POLICE numbers in Merseyside are set to drop by 240 this year after the force’s top brass rubber-stamped a recruitment freeze until at least next April.Read
A WOMAN who fraudulently claimed nearly £20,000 in benefits was spared jail.Read
A MERSEYSIDE dad was warned he could face jail after he attacked his son’s teacher in the school car park.Read
A WIRRAL chip shop owner was jailed after being caught with pictures of himself counting thousands of pounds of drug money taken on his own mobile phone.Read
DRUGS worth more than £4m were found hidden in steel barrels after a white van was stopped by police on the A41.Read
THE wife of a former soldier who was brutally murdered by his former brother-in-law – who then also tried to kill her son – has spoken of the attacker’s “pure evil”.Read
THE court heard Finlay was once married to Mrs McKenna’s sister Debra.Read
A WIRRAL man was slashed in the face in a Liverpool city centre bar.Read
Liverpool Daily Post & Echo crime reporter
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