Wanted Man Detained by Sussex Police


This Man has Now been detained  by Police in Eastbourne


Police have detained a man who escaped from Brighton Magistrates’ Court.

George Qatramiz escaped from the building in Edward Street, where he was due to attend a bail hearing, at about 12.13pm on Monday (4 April).

It is believed he ran in the direction of the Old Steine. Continue reading Wanted Man Detained by Sussex Police

Motor Cyclist Seriously injured

Motorcycle and van in collision at Camber, near Rye

At 1.50 pm on Sunday (3 April) emergency services were called to New Lydd Road, Camber, near Rye, where a motorcycle and a van had been in head-on collision.

The motorcyclist, a 33-year-old man from Dagenham, Essex, riding a blue Suzuki GSXR600, sustained serious injuries and was flown by air ambulance to St Continue reading Motor Cyclist Seriously injured

Stephan Bryant Charged with Kidnap and Assault

Man remanded in custody for kidnap and assault

29 March 2016

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Police have charged Stephen Bryant, 39, of The Mount, St Leonards-on-Sea, with kidnap and causing grievous bodily harm with intent, following an incident in June 2015 in which a Hastings man in his 30s sustained serious injuries to his Continue reading Stephan Bryant Charged with Kidnap and Assault

Police in Rye


by Arthur Woodgate

One day towards the end of July 2003, I was going for my newspaper at the Spar shop in Peasmarsh. To my great surprise, I saw a young lady dressed in a Police uniform. I said to her “Have I seen a mirage, or are you real?”. She assured me she was real and that she would be around from now on. Haven’t seen her or any of her colleagues since but I understand, there is a uniform still around. Its a long time since we saw our own village Policeman walking our roads as a regular thing, so lets hope we are on the verge of seeing the return of the village Policeman in ours and all the other villages, of the old Rye Union of Parishes. With our Rye Police station the nerve centre of our little corner of Sussex, acting as it were as a solar plexus for 24 hours a day, independent of the brain at Lewes, but able to go back to the brain if extra serious matters arise. Continue reading Police in Rye

Highway Patrol

Routine Incident – Kilo 30

Picture and story supplied by the East Sussex Police

It was a glorious spring day and we were patrolling in the Police car, thankful for a quiet spell.

The radio crackled and came to life. “Kilo 30 go to Wellers Wood, traffic accident, ambulance sent.” We sped towards the scene, other traffic giving way to our persistent two-tone. The ambulance was just ahead of us, the blue lamp flashing the urgency of its mission. Three minutes later I was kneeling on the front bench Continue reading Highway Patrol