View into Manor Farm Crescent from Brook Way.

Major police operation sees Eastville serious assault suspect arrested in Bradley Stoke

A wanted man arrested during a major police operation in Bradley Stoke last Friday (7th September) has appeared in court charged with a number of offences relating to a serious assault that took place at the Tesco Extra store in Eastville a week earlier. The 34-year-old, from Easton, appeared at Bristol Magistrates Court on Saturday where he was charged with

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Photo of a police officer removing a tape barrier at the scene of the reported assault.

Man arrested following reports of “serious sexual assault” in Bradley Stoke

A man has been arrested following reports of a “serious sexual assault” in Bradley Stoke on Easter Sunday (1st April). The news, released only today (Wednesday 4th April), comes three days after a police cordon was seen to be in place for several hours on Sunday morning, centred on a footpath connecting Brook Way with the playing field at Patchway Common (behind Bradley Stoke

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Oaktree Crescent, Bradley Stoke, Bristol.

Witness appeal after beer thrown in Oaktree Crescent racial abuse incident

Local police say they are appealing for witnesses following an attempted robbery in the Bradley Stoke area last weekend. The incident happened between 10.30pm and 10.45pm outside 55-57 Oaktree Crescent on Saturday (8th March) when a man approached a number of Asian people and was racially abusive and threatening before asking them for money. When they refused, he threw the

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Witnesses sought following racially aggravated assault in Oaktree Crescent

Police are appealing for the public’s assistance following a racially aggravated assault in Bradley Stoke. It happened at around 11.15pm on Friday 1st November 2013. Two men were walking along Oaktree Crescent when they were subjected to racial abuse and were assaulted. They received bruising and their bike was damaged. The three offenders are described as white and aged between

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