Witnesses are being sought following reports of two men being assaulted in a car park near Sittingbourne High Street.
Witnesses are being sought by officers after a man was assaulted in Sittingbourne High Street ast week.
At around 7.30pm last Thursday (24th October) it was reported that the victim was walking along the High Street from the direction of East Street. As he walked past the graveyard, he was approached by a group of young men. One of the group jumped on the victim and they both fell to the floor. Whilst on the ground the victim was allegedly kicked in the face and hit in the head with a traffic cone sustaining facial injuries.
A group of young people recently attended a thought provoking afternoon which discussed road safety and the consequences of carelessly riding bikes.
The Road Safety Experience, in Rochester, hosted the teenagers from both Swale and Tonbridge and Malling on Thursday (24th October).
The event was arranged by Kent Police Youth Engagement Officers, with support provided by Kent Fire and Rescue Service, Kent County Council, Medway Council and Community Cycleworks, a not for profit organisation that promotes safe cycling amongst young people.
Masked burglars who targeted a Sittingbourne home are being sought by investigators.
The incident is reported to have happened at around 8:00pm on Friday (25th October), at a private address in South Green.
Three men entered the premises holding screwdrivers and threatened the two occupants before leaving with a quantity of cash and jewellery.
The men are described as wearing balaclavas, dark jackets and jeans. One of them is said to have spoken with a foreign accent.
Kent Police are appealing for witnesses following a fatal collision on the M2 near Medway earlier this afternoon (Tuesday 8th October).
Officers were called to the coastbound carriageway of the motorway, near the services between junctions 4 (Gillingham) and 5 (Sittingbourne), at 1.36pm where a collision had taken place involving a white lorry and grey BMW estate car.
A man aged in his 20s sustained fatal injuries and died at the scene. His next of kin have been informed.
A Sittingbourne man has been jailed after he assaulted a teenager in a park in Faversham last September.
Shane Scamp, of Wild Ash Croft, kicked the boy in the face because he thought he was laughing at his friend. The 21-year old was arrested and charged with grievous bodily harm with intent. He pleaded guilty to the charge at Maidstone Crown Court and was sentenced to three and a half year's imprisonment.
Kent Police have confirmed that a man was arrested after two people were stabbed in Sittingbourne last night (Monday 26th August).
Police say they were called to a disturbance in West Street at around 9.14pm.
Both victims were taken to a local hospital with injuries which are not believed to be life-threatening and a man was arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm with intent.
Five charges have been made against a man accused of a stabbing in Sittingbourne.
Shane Andrews is alleged to have assaulted the victim, who is in his 20s, in Quartz Way on the afternoon of Tuesday 13th August. The injured person is expected to make a full recovery.
Mr Andrews, 22, of Ledger Close, Sittingbourne, was arrested on suspicion of assault in Greenwich the next day. After being arrested, he is alleged to have been found in possession of three knives.
A scout group from Sittingbourne has received a donation from the Kent Police Property Fund.
The 10th Sittingbourne Scout Group, which is attached to Grove Park School, was presented with a £500 cheque from Kent Police recently. The group offers young people the opportunity to develop character, employability and practical skills such as cooking and first aid in a safe and supportive environment.
An arsonist who started two fires close to oxygen tanks and MRI scanners at Medway Maritime Hospital has been jailed for life.
Luke French entered the hospital grounds in September 2018 and started the fires less than a metre away from lorries containing the scanners.
The 29-year-old, of Peregrine Drive, Sittingbourne, admitted arson being reckless as to whether life would be endangered and was jailed at Maidstone Crown Court on Friday (5th July).