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Hayling Island - Incidents of Note - March 2019

Alert message sent 07/04/2019 10:52:00

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Hayling Island Hants Alert members: 938
Incidents of Note
MARCH 2019
Hello Hayling Island!
Here are some incidents of note that Hampshire Constabulary have been dealing with throughout March 2019 on Hayling Island, including Burglaries, Criminal Damage, Theft, Drugs-related offences and Road Traffic offences.
If you have witnessed or have any information relating to any of these incidents please call 101 and give the reference number for the incident or reply to this message.
05/03/2019 - Ref 44190077518
Between 22:00 and 06:00 person unknown has accessed a property and stolen jewellery.
13/03/2019 – Ref 44190088095
A caravan was accessed and had furniture taken sometime between 14/02/2019 and 10/03/2019.
05/03/2019 – Ref 44190083056
Community Centre reported that 8 youths have entered the centre and caused over £200 of damage. Parents of the youths came forward to pay for the repairs.
22/03/2019 – Ref 44190099549
Person reporting that their tyres had been slashed sometime overnight.
24/03/2019 – Ref 44190103125
Person reporting that between 17:00 and 17:10 their bathroom window had been smashed.
29/03/2019 – Ref 44190109560
Yew Tree Inn reporting that at approximately 19:40 a BB gun was fired at one of their windows.
29/03/2019 – Ref 44190109646
Between 19:10 and 20:30, a BB gun was used to smash a car window. Nothing was taken.
29/03/2019 – Ref 44190109939
Lilly Sugar’s reported that a male had caused damage to the front door. A male was arrested and has been released remaining under investigation.
17/03/2019 – Ref 44190093210
Person reporting that someone overnight has smashed the window of their van and searched the vehicle. Nothing was taken.
17/03/2019 – Ref 44190093263
Person reporting their van was also broken into overnight but nothing taken.
05/03/2019 – Ref 44190078404
Neighbourhood officers received a report stating a car was being driven onto Hayling that smelt of cannabis. The car was later stopped and whilst the driver did not appear under the influence, they did admit to possession of a small amount of cannabis. The drugs were seized and the driver issued a Community Resolution to attend a drugs diversion course. The driver was also instructed to continue the rest of their journey on foot.
24/03/2019 – Ref 44190102783
Car seen to be driving erratically on Fishery Lane by patrolling officers. Vehicle parked on Kingfisher close and the officers spoke to the driver, who tested positive for drugs and was subsequently arrested.
26/03/2019 – Ref 44190105448
A vehicle was stopped for poor driving and the driver tested positive for cocaine. The driver ran from the scene after providing false details but was quickly caught. The driver was arrested for driving whilst under the influence, driving without insurance and driving whilst disqualified. The vehicle was seized.
We are currently looking for volunteers for our local Community Speedwatch group. Speedwatch is a scheme run jointly with members of the Hayling Community and local Police and is all about educating drivers regarding their speed and the dangers of driving too fast. Hopefully you see them regularly out and about monitoring the speed of passing cars. If you would like more information, please reply to this alert or you can email us at
As always, if you have any other questions or concerns then please reply to this message and I’ll try and get back to you as soon as possible.
Please do not report crimes here, call 101 or 999 in an emergency.
PCSO 16463 Callum Younger
Hayling Island Neighbourhood Policing Team
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Callum Younger (Police, PCSO, Havant District)

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