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Monday, 29 August 2016

Did a ghost set off Huddersfield restaurant the Keys' CCTV? Or is there a rational explanation

Did a ghost set off Huddersfield restaurant the Keys' CCTV? Or is there a rational explanation
Did a ghost set off Huddersfield restaurant the Keys' CCTV? Or is there a rational explanation
The ghostly figure caught on camera at the Keys restaurant in Byram Street

Did a ghost set off Huddersfield restaurant the Keys' CCTV? Or is there a rational explanation


This CCTV footage gave owner Paul Wood a fright


The Keys restaurant owner Paul Wood had a fright when a ghostly figure appeared on CCTV during closing hours.
Paul was relaxing at home when his phone bleeped to alert him someone - or something - had set off the cameras in the Byram Street restaurant, which is in the underground crypt ofHuddersfield Parish Church.
Thinking it was a burglar, he glanced at his phone - and was shocked to see the bright white apparition on the screen.
He said: “If something sets the camera off when the restaurant is closed we get pictures sent to my phone, so I can be sitting at home watching the burglar and ringing the police.
“The alarm went off and i saw a ghostly figure walk past.
I have just come out of hospital with a bit of a heart problem so it made me miss a beat!
“I went down and tested the camera and it was working fine.
“The restaurant is a very spooky place - there’s something about it but you can’t put your finger on what it is. You get a bit of a tingle down your spine.
“The floor is made of gravestones. There’s been a church there for about 1,000 years so there’s a bit of scope!
“The church does have access and a couple of days later I found out the curate had let himself in that day. A defect with the camera must have made him look like a ghost, but it’s never happened before.
“But you can see the counter where his legs should be - and strangely, it didn’t pick him up leaving...”
Parish church curate Simon Crook is convinced the figure is him.
He said: “I went down into the crypt to do some photocopying that day and I must have set the alarm off as I went down.


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Monday, 22 August 2016

Armed police swoop at Cambridge Road funfair after man yelled he had a gun

Armed police swoop at Cambridge Road funfair after man yelled he had a gun
Armed police swoop at Cambridge Road funfair after man yelled he had a gun

Armed police swoop at Cambridge Road funfair after man yelled he had a gun

Eyewitnesses reported people running in terror after a scuffle escalated into chaos

Thrillseekers were left running in terror at the Cambridge Road Mega Value Funfair after fears a man had a gun.
The family event escalated into a day from hell on Sunday afternoon after a scuffle led to mass panic.
Police were called to the fair after members of the public reported that a man had a gun, a claim he allegedly made to security after being thrown out after a fight.
The fair’s organiser Alan Cowie said a man drove at staff after being ejected.
A 20-year-old man was later arrested and bailed.
Lindsay Maguire, 33, from Golcar , was at the fair with her daughter when trouble kicked off.
“The first I heard was that there had been a scuffle and someone had been thrown out for punching someone”, she said.
“We saw families running for their lives shouting ‘he’s got a gun’.
“We ran to the furthest point and hid.
“There was only one entrance and exit and everyone was trying to get out, someone had to kick down a gate to let people out.
“We were all petrified. We thought it could be a terrorist attack.”
Witnesses claimed a man had threatened he had the weapon after being kicked out of the fair.


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Friday, 19 August 2016

Drug dealer Harass Chohan is "no wide boy" says solicitor

Drug dealer Harass Chohan is "no wide boy" says solicitor
Drug dealer Harass Chohan is "no wide boy" says solicitor
Birkby drug dealer Harass Chohan

Drug dealer Harass Chohan is "no wide boy" says solicitor

Birkby man jailed for 40 months for dealing crack cocaine and heroin


Police officers found Class A drugs with a street value of more than £7,000 when they searched the bedroom of a man in Birkby.
Leeds Crown Court heard yesterday (Thurs) there was a safe in the attic bedroom used by Harass Chohan and inside 501 wraps of crack cocaine and 120 wraps of heroin were discovered.
That cocaine had a street value of £5,010, and two further separate wraps of cocaine worth around £940 were seized. The heroin had a street value of £1,200.
Alisha Kaye, prosecuting, told the court sets of scales, £862 in cash, two expensive Breitling watches and four mobile phones were seized during the search on April 20.
Chohan refused to give the PIN for the phones so they could not be analysed.
Andrew Dallas, representing Chohan, said because of dyslexia he had struggled at school and college but had eventually completed a course in public services but instead of the future he planned in his late teens he began mixing “with the wrong crowd.”


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Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Heartfelt tributes paid to Huddersfield dog attack victim David Ellam

Heartfelt tributes paid to Huddersfield dog attack victim David Ellam
Heartfelt tributes paid to Huddersfield dog attack victim David Ellam
The house where a man was savaged to death by a dog on Riddings Road in Sheepridge. The victim's flat is at the side entrance while the dog that attacked him lived upstairs with its owner


Heartfelt tributes paid to Huddersfield dog attack victim David Ellam

David Ellam died on Monday after he was savaged by a dog in Sheepridge

Hundreds of tributes have been paid to a Huddersfield man who died after being savaged by a dog at his Sheepridge home.
David Ellam, 52, was attacked by his neighbour’s Staffy-type dog as he tried to protect his Yorkshire terrier in Riddings Road on Monday morning.
Since news broke that Mr Ellam had died hundreds of messages of condolence have been posted on social media.
Michael Derrick Snr posted: “It was only the other day I passed him in the local shop. Can’t believe it. Left me shocked all day, may god bless him R.I.P.”
Tara Khan posted on Facebook: “Poor guy. Thoughts are with his family.”
Neil Beaumont posted: “Great bloke and a great Town fan. My thoughts are with his family at this tragic time RIP my friend.”
Fiona Arundel also posted: “RIP. So shocked when I saw his photo and realised who it was :( X thoughts with your family X”
Sandi Bee: "My thoughts are with his family and loved ones ,sending my deepest sympathy to each and every one of you. So very sad r.i.p David."
Karen Wilkinson: "R.i.p. David and my condolences to your family a life taken too soon so sad xx"


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Tuesday, 16 August 2016

Driver's warning to others after being landed with parking fine in Asda car park

Driver's warning to others after being landed with parking fine in Asda car park
Driver's warning to others after being landed with parking fine in Asda car park
Fatih Uddin of Victoria Road, Lockwood, wrongly charged for parking at Asda, Aspley, Huddersfield.

Driver's warning to others after being landed with parking fine in Asda car park

Fatih Udin got the fine dropped after making his case to car park owner Horizon Ltd but fears others may be hit

A driver who said he was wrongly fined in a supermarket car park has demanded action.
Fatih Udin said that a camera used to monitor cars entering and leaving the Asda Aspley store failed to spot him leaving on a visit, resulting in a £70 charge.
Mr Udin, of Victoria Road in Lockwood, said he had visited the store in his vehicle once in the morning, left in it and returned again in the evening.
But on the fine letter sent to him, car park owner Horizon Ltd alleged that he had left his car in the car park for the entire day, overstaying the one and a half hour limit.
He complained to the company and the charge has been dropped, but was warned in a letter that the same may not happen in the future.
He wants Horizon Ltd to resolve the problem, which he thinks could cause innocent but vulnerable people to pay up out of fear.

“I was really confused when I was sent the letter,” said Mr Udin, 49.
“The entire duration of both my visits was about 20 minutes.


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Monday, 15 August 2016

Crime report: The latest police incidents round Huddersfield

Crime report: The latest police incidents round Huddersfield
Crime report: The latest police incidents round Huddersfield

Crime report: The latest police incidents round Huddersfield

These incidents were reported to West Yorkshire Police this week

SCAMMONDEN

The nearside passenger window of a Vauxhall Astra was smashed while in the car park on New Lane, Scammonden, on August 3 at 1.30pm.

COWLERSLEY

Two mountain bikes, a Carrera and an Apollo, were stolen from a shed on Kinder Avenue at 5.55pm on August 3.
Panels from a shed at Howden Close were removed by burglars who stole a Carrera racing bike and Diamond Black mountain bike at 00.30am on August 9.
Tools were taken from a Citroen Berlingo van on Perseverance Street on August 6 at 1.35am.

SLAITHWAITE

Plants in hanging baskets outside The Full Muffin on Bridge Street were stolen on August 4 at 8.30pm, along with a parasol, which was taken from a shed.
A shed at the Water Mill restaurant on Station Road was broken into at 8.30pm on August 5 but nothing was stolen.
A pair of glasses, cash and 10 CDs were stolen from an unlocked VW at the recycling point at New Street, on August 6 at 8.30am.

GOLCAR

Cupboards were ransacked at a house in Slades Road on August 5 at 8pm by burglars who took money and jewellery after first smashing the rear patio doors.
The satnav from a Peugeot Partner was stolen while it was parked on Stratford Close at 7.15pm on August 3.
Tobacco and cash were stolen from a Ford Transit van outside the Liberal Club on Church Street at 10pm on August 3.
A BMX bike was snatched from a shed on Banks Crescent at 10pm on August 8.

MELTHAM

A luxury American car was stolen from Acre Lane at midnight on August 6 by thieves who entered the Lincoln and drove off in it in an unknown direction.
A SEAT Ibiza was stolen from Thick Hollins Drive at midnight on August 6. Burglars smashed the glass in the rear patio doors of a property, reached in and unlocked the door which had the keys left inside the lock.
Cash and a compact disc player were stolen along with the keys to the car which was then driven off.

HONLEY

A satnav was stolen from an unlocked BMW 3 series car as it was parked on Thirstin Road at 5pm on August 4.

HOLMFIRTH

A camera, laptop computer and jewellery were stolen from a house in Back Lane on August 3 at 7.15am by thieves who entered through a spare bedroom window and searched the premises.
A fire extinguisher was set off by criminals who entered a secure compound at the Drill Hall, Huddersfield Road, and broke into a trailer at 11pm on August 4.
The paintwork on a Land Rover Freelander was damaged as it was parked on Royds Avenue, New Mill, just after midnight on August 6.
Fence panels at the primary school on School Street, Netherton, were damaged at 9.30pm on August 6.
The rear window of a Fiat Punto was smashed while it was parked at the cricket club on Bridge Lane at 11.45pm on August 6. Keys, shoes, CDs and paperwork were stolen.
The front window of a SEAT Ibiza was smashed on August 6 at 11.45pm as it was parked in the cricket club on Bridge Lane. Glasses, a satnav and paperwork were stolen.
A VW Golf had its nearside front window smashed as it was parked in the cricket club on Bridge Lane, Holmfirth, at 11.45pm on August 6.
Power tools for the garden were snatched from a garage on Mellor Lane at 8pm on August 8.

KIRKBURTON

A Mitsubishi L200 van was broken into on Linfit Lane, on August 4 and power tools stolen.

SHELLEY

Glass in the patio door of a house on Park Avenue was smashed by burglars who then broke the glass in the kitchen door and fled with jewellery on August 5.

STOCKSMOOR

Branches were sliced off a newly planted sapling at Top of the Moor at midnight on August 8.



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