Man arrested in connection with Great Yarmouth murder released on bail

Police are continuing to investigate the murder which happened in South Market Road on Wednesday, November 7th.

The victim has been named locally as Kelvin Adamson.

A man in his 60s and a woman in her 50s were initially arrested in connection with the incident.

The man has been released on bail while enquiries continue whilst no further action will be taken against the woman, who was also questioned before being released on Friday.

A post-mortem examination carried out on Friday established the man died as a result of a single stab wound.

The property remains sealed off.

Anyone with information should contact Norfolk Constabulary on 101 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


Man who threatened to kill woman in torrent of abusive phone calls is jailed

Sean Robertson, 32, of Nelson Road Central, Great Yarmouth, subjected his victim to verbally abusive and threatening phone calls, Norwich Crown Court heard at the end of October, and on Friday Robertson was handed a prison sentence of 44 months, and an indefinite restraining order.

Robertson had pleaded guilty to one count of ‘putting a person in fear of violence’, one count of possession of a Class B drug, namely cannabis, and one count of controlling or coercive behaviour in an intimate or family relationship.


Man who spat at Norfolk police officer given suspended prison sentence

A man who spat at a police officer’s face and hair after being arrested has been spared jail.

Kurt Bergin, 25, hit the officer in the face and hair when he spat at her at Wymondham Police Investigation Centre (PIC) after being arrested in connection with an allegation of criminal damage.

Bergin, of the travellers site on Swanton Road in Norwich, appeared at Norwich Magistrates Court to be sentenced on Tuesday – the same day a new law with tougher sentences for those who assault emergency service workers came into force, however, the assault committed by Bergin happened in April this year, months before the new laws came into effect, and Bergin was sentenced to 12 weeks in prison, suspended for six months. The suspended sentence will run concurrently to a 24-month suspended sentence order imposed by Norwich Crown Court imposed for an offence of failing to provide a specimen of breath.


Great Yarmouth seafront road to have nine weeks of repairs starting this month

Work will begin on or shortly after Monday, November 26, to improve the pavements on the west side of North Drive.

Norfolk County Council, which is carrying out the work, said the pavements have been damaged through wear and tear, and needs to be replaced in order to maintain safety for pedestrians.

The work will take place from the Hamilton Hotel, heading north to its northern junction with Marine Crescent.

In a public notice, the council said the work had been scheduled for the off-peak season to minimise disruption, with an expected finish date of February 1, 2019.


Air Cadets walk 20 miles to raise money for new equiptment

Lowestoft Air Cadets battled the strong wind and rain to raise funds to replace outdated equipment.

Last month, the team of young cadets began their 20 mile walk from the fountains at Royal Green towards Covehithe along the coastal path – almost a three hour journey.

The young cadets, who were aged from 12 to 17, raised a staggering £1,446 for the new activity equipment.

Children as young as eight are urged to get involved in the Lowestoft Royal Air Force Air Cadets.

For information on the Lowestoft Royal Air force Air Cadets, contact 01502 564696.


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