Man Who Fouled in the Street and Youth Connected to Assault Brought to Justice

Police report that two offenders have recently been brought to justice.

The Henley male who was caught on CCTV on Monday 2 July fouling in the Bell Street has admitted to a public order defence and was dealt with by way of a fixed penalty notice, the writing of an apology letter to a resident and a donation to the resident’s nominated charity.

A sixteen year old male from Remenham who was found with a large amount of money, drugs and connected to an assault in Kings Road on 14 June, recently appeared in Oxford Youth Court and was dealt with by way of a fine and a youth referral.

A suspect has also been recently arrested and charged for carrying out 8 break-ins at dwellings and businesses in Henley.

New Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) signs have been sited on the arterial roads out of Henley town centre to increase awareness of ANPR cameras.

 

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