Tom Potter

A self-employed waste collector who paid two strangers to finish his job has been fined after piles of rubble were found dumped at the side of a Suffolk road.

Cautious Suffolk residents were quick to report scammers claiming to be from a payment protection insurance (PPI) claims company.

Two men and a teenage girl have appeared in court to answer burglary charges after more than £10,000 of archery and camping equipment was stolen from a Suffolk Scout hut.

A police officer accused of abusing his position to “force through rush hour traffic” at up to 122mph on a personal errand has been cleared of 16 driving offences.

A US airman was found slumped in the vomit-spattered front seat of a car he drove with a shredded tyre while drunk on tequila.

A disqualified drink-driver has been jailed for taking his partner’s car without permission or insurance – and while over the limit.

A road was blocked to traffic on Tuesday morning following a collision involving two vehicles.

A drink-driver ran from the scene of a collision and lied to police about who was behind the wheel.

A man in his fifties has appeared in court charged with a number of child sex offences and possessing indecent images of children.

A six decade old hit-and-run mystery has been revealed to be Suffolk’s oldest unsolved homicide case – but just who killed Ernest Whistlecraft on a rural village road in 1958?

A van driver has been accused of hogging the outside lane of the A14 for six miles before noticing he was being followed by a police car on blue lights and sirens.

A Suffolk man assaulted four security officers while being led to a cell from the dock of a courtroom.

A woman has been charged with causing the death of two people by dangerous driving on a Suffolk road.

A speeding sports car driver who thought a pursuing police officer was “out for a bit of sport” has been banned from the road for 21 days.

Police have thrown open a 20-year-old cold case murder investigation after new information came to light.

New figures have revealed a decline in rural crime across Suffolk over the last three years.

Police have revealed how the extra contributions of taxpayers has been spent since their share of household bills increased earlier this year.

A Suffolk man has admitted dishonestly claiming £8,361 in benefits over the course of 10 months.

A careless driver, who put a motorcyclist in hospital last Christmas, later discovered the rider was a friend’s father.

Police have promised to pursue convictions for domestic abusers in light of figures suggesting about one in 10 arrests result in charges for coercive control.

A Suffolk police employee received a redundancy package worth more than £130,000 in the last year, annual accounts have revealed.

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