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A MAN has been jailed for having sex with his own dog, reports The Bolton News.Justin Brazier, aged 45, of Beechcroft Avenue in Breightmet, pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing to possession of indecent images of children, possession of extreme pornography and penetration of a live animal.Officers were called to Kelvin Way at around 6.35pm to a report of a car in collision with a lorry.A 63-year-old man was treated at the scene but despite the best efforts of the paramedics he sadly died.A spokeswoman for Ramblers Scotland said the case is astonishing and that outdoor recreation sometimes requires responsibly answering the call of nature. It was reported Trump International Golf Club Scotland (TIGCS) had not then registered its surveillance capability with the UK’s data protection regulator.Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward after a man lost his life in a West Bromwich collision Friday (27 January).During his time with WMP he has risen through the ranks while based in before becoming Chief Supt at Solihull last year.Bas said: "It was a huge honour just to be nominated and I am extremely proud to have won the award.
scheme was launched by us last September and sees plain clothes cops pedalling the region’s busiest roads on the lookout for motorists who pass too close for comfort.
The attacker walked into Aunt Sally’s Caribbean restaurant in Broad Street, Wolverhampton, before getting embroiled in a row and lashing out with a knife.
A 36-year-old man received hospital treatment for a stab injury to his chest but was discharged from hospital after receiving stitches.
The road was closed while emergency services dealt with the incident and re-opened at around 4am on Saturday 28 January.
PC Chris Ridge, from the force's Collision Investigation Unit, said: "We continue to investigate the circumstances that lead to the collision and I am appealing to anyone who was in the area and who has not already spoken to us to come forward.