A Suffolk teenager has been found guilty of murdering a 32-year-old man who was fatally stabbed in an alleyway in Ipswich.
A police chief has condemned the 'dangerous individual' found guilty of stabbing Daniel Saunders to death in Ipswich last year.
There are no immediate plans to arm every frontline police officer in Suffolk with tasers - despite one force's roll-out of the weapon in response to a "sickening trend" of attacks.
Two teenagers were locked in a house in Felixstowe after a man carrying a baseball bat forced them to go with him, it has been alleged.
A judge has slammed a care company for its decision to employ a carer with learning difficulties who then went on to have sex with a vulnerable client.
Police and countryside workers are on high alert as illegal hare coursing incidents spread across Suffolk, Essex and the rest of East Anglia following harvest.
A man poured what is believed to be oil in to the coolant tank of a for sale car to try and get a lower price.
A disgraced care worker has admitted draining almost £17,000 from the bank account of a 94-year-old with dementia.
A man with a criminal record of more than 100 offences is back behind bars after admitting a burglary at a house in Ipswich.
A homeless man with a criminal record of almost 200 offences has been offered a 'lifeline' despite repeatedly ignoring court orders designed to curb his behaviour.
A woman who tried to take cannabis into a Suffolk prison will be sentenced in October after a psychological report has been prepared on her.
The trial of a man accused of being involved in the running brothels in Ipswich and Colchester will take place in January.
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A man who went on the 'rampage' round a Suffolk village has admitted burning down a bus shelter and using a shopping basket to launch an unprovoked assault.
The trial of a Suffolk man accused of operating a cannabis factory from an address near Bury St Edmunds will take place in April next year.
Each week we look at the crimes committed in Ipswich. If you have information that could help solve any of these offences, please call Suffolk Constabulary on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.