Crime news from Nailsea
By Prue_Reid | Wednesday, September 19, 2012, 10:52
Two North Someset men were arrested for theft from motor vehicles this month as part of Operation Relentless.
Operation Relentless was launched in September to target Avon and Somerset's most wanted burglars, robbers, car thieves and stolen goods handlers.
James Kew, aged 21, from Cleeve was arrested on Tuesday, September 11.
He was charged the same day with two counts of theft from motor vehicles.
A 31-year-old man from Backwell was also arrested for theft from a motor vehicle and is currently on police bail pending further enquiries.
- Nailsea Neighbourhood Watch is celebrating its 21st birthday with the launch of a new website at www.nailseanhw.org.uk. Chairman Peter Smith said it is one of the most successful and active in the district with 165 individual schemes registered with the police, covering 3,800 homes. The town has a low level of crime with only 47 incidents reported in July of which most were for anti-social behaviour, five for shoplifting with two burglaries in Milton Close. Replacement contact persons are currently being sought for Dunster Gardens, The Uplands and part of The Maples. The next NHW meeting is on Wednesday, October 3, at the United Reformed Church, Stockway North which includes a presentation from the Nailsea Air Cadets. Nailsea Neighbourhood Watch is twinned with Sturt Watch, Adelaide, South Australia.