North Yorkshire Police is appealing for witnesses and information about an assault that occurred in Acomb, York in the early hours of Saturday 25th January 2020.
The incident happened in the street at the junction of Bellwood Drive and Bellhouse Way, Acomb, York between 12.30am and 1.30am Saturday 25 January. It involved two men and the victim, a 30 year old man, needed hospital treatment following the incident.
We are requesting the public’s assistance to help establish the full circumstances surrounding the incident.
In particular, we are appealing for information about who was present, as it is believed a number of people were in that location during the assault.
Anyone with information that could assist the investigation should contact North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 2, and ask for Pc 1596 Hodge. You can also email email@example.com
If you wish to remain anonymous, you can pass information to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Please quote the North Yorkshire Police reference number 12200015011
Contact details:Stuart Hodge – #1596
firstname.lastname@example.org | 101 – ext 31596
Bed found in Acomb Wood Meadow
Mattresses and other items were dumped at the entrance to Acomb Wood Meadow – near Linnet Way – a few weeks ago.
In the past, the York Council has dealt with fly tipping at this location.
No more, it seems, as they claim that Accent Housing – who own the properties on Bellwood Drive and Linnet Way – also own the snicket entry to the meadow. So its private land and not the responsibility of the Council to keep clean.
That came as news to Accent’s estate manager.
Now the Housing Association and local authority are engaged in a “not me gov” type wrangle.
The dumping is occurring on a protected area which is an important foraging ground for local wildlife. It complements the adjacent Acomb Wood.
Sadly fly tipping has been increasing since the monthly skip service stopped in York in April. Despite many promises a new programme fo skips has not been procured yet.
I’t about time all those involved got their acts together.
Yesterdays steady rain revealed more blocked drains
We’ve reported several but really think that it is time for the Council to reinstate 6 monthly routine cleans.
Failing that, they need to actively clear those drains that have – like the one below in Bellwood Drive – been blocked for months.
If there is large scale ponding on footpaths, then the arrival of icy weather will multiply safety problems
Blocked drain in Bellwood Drive
A fridge freezer, fridge, shopping trolley, paint tub and a broken recycling box were removed from the Bellwood Drive area this morning following our report.
Prompt work by the York Council.