»Witnesses sought following Birchington burglary
Kent Police is appealing for witnesses after a burglary was reported at a property in Canute Road, Birchington. It is believed to have happened sometime between 1pm and 6pm on Wednesday 18 April 2018.
»Boy in Canterbury assaulted by pair of teenagers holding crowbars
It was reported that at around 3pm on Thursday 19 April, a teenage boy was walking in London Road, Canterbury towards the junction of New Street, when he was assaulted by two people holding crowbars. Members of the public then intercepted and the two suspects left the area in a car.
»Man on a bike tries to grab primary school age girl in Ashford
Kent Police is appealing for witnesses to a report of an attempted accosting in Ashford. It was reported that just before 5.00pm on Thursday 19 April, a girl of primary school age was in a park near Bluebell Road in Kingsnorth when she was approached by a man on a bicycle who attempted to grab her on the waist.
»Dover sex offender jailed for 20 years
A Dover man who denied a number of sexual offences including rape and indecent assault has been jailed. John James Carter, aged 63, of Edgar Road, Dover was jailed for 20 years by Judge Simon James at Canterbury Crown Court on Friday 20 April 2018.
»Long arm of the law as suspect of Dover burglary is arrested at Bristol Airport
Officers investigating a burglary at a hotel in East Cliff, Dover on Thursday 14 July 2016 have charged a man from Wales.
»Kent landlords face big fines and loss of income under new energy efficient regulations
Landlords face fines, loss of rental income and reduced property value by not reacting to new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards for Leases. One of Kent's leading property law specialists has warned that many landlords are unaware of the new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) Regulations, which came into force on April 1.