Michael Steward

A man who said he sexually assaulted a schoolgirl because he wasn’t getting sex from his wife and a man who flouted a court order banning him from contacting his ex-partner were jailed this week.

A man has denied drug-related charges and will appear at the crown court next month.

Dog owners in Suffolk are being warned not to get complacent by a senior rural police officer following more thefts in neighbouring counties.

Two drivers caught speeding on the A14 at more than 100mph during lockdown have both been banned from the road under the totting up procedure.

Detectives investigating the murder of a Suffolk teenager in 1999 have made “significant progress” since the case was reopened last year, police have revealed.

A band roadie, a man who used a shop sign in an unprovoked attack, and a son who threatened to slash his mum’s throat are among those jailed in Suffolk this week.

The human remains discovered in a Sudbury river last week belong to a man, a senior Suffolk police officer has confirmed.

The mother of missing teenager Luke Durbin has confirmed human remains discovered in a Sudbury river last week are not her son’s.

A Bury St Edmunds man accused of a string of historic sex offences including rape has appeared in court.

A man who admitted stealing fitness bags and clothing from a popular Bury St Edmunds health club during a burglary has avoided prison.

The human remains found in a Sudbury river last week are not those of missing RAF airman Corrie McKeague, his mother has said.

The mother of missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague says it has not yet been possible for police to put her “mind at rest” following the discovery of human remains in Sudbury.

An Ipswich woman has been arrested on suspicion of laundering money for man who ran a network of more than 400 properties used by organised crime groups involved in prostitution, cannabis cultivation and illegal immigration.

A drunk driver could face jail after crashing his car on the A14 while banned from getting behind the wheel.

A man caught with a Stanley knife in Trimley St Martin has been handed a 12-month community order.

An Ipswich man has denied possessing a hunting knife and air pistol and will face a trial.

An Ipswich man has admitted growing cannabis worth a street value of more than £20,000 at a property he was renting in west Suffolk.

Suffolk pop superstar Ed Sheeran says he and his wife Cherry are “on cloud nine” following the birth of their first child.

Police officers’ body-worn video footage should be publicly released to stop them “facing trial by social media”, the national federation chairman has said.

The intimidating and violent tactics used by hare coursing gangs to prevent capture are getting worse, according to Suffolk police’s top rural crime officer.

Suffolk’s beautiful landscape will feature on popular BBC programme Countryfile tonight as its presenters take a look at an ambitious project aimed at turning East Anglia into a giant nature reserve.

Frustrated residents at a block of Ipswich flats have raised concerns over their rubbish bins not being emptied and are calling for action.

A drug dealer who was caught in Ipswich with 43 wraps of crack cocaine “between his buttocks” has been jailed for more than three years.

A music tutor jailed for sexually abusing schoolboys is among those to be handed prison sentences in Suffolk this week.

A professional balloon artist who handed himself in to police after hundreds of indecent images of children were discovered at his home has avoided jail.

A woman has denied two charges of fraud and will face a trial next year.

A man has denied threatening a taxi driver with a knife and will face a trial next year.

An Ipswich man has been banned from the road for two years for a string of motoring offences including driving while disqualified.

An Ipswich pensioner could face jail after being caught with indecent images of children on a computer at his home.

A man will appear at the crown court in September to face firearms and ammunition charges.

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