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All articles • 'police'
Armed robbery suspect charged with attempted murder of three police officers
Court & Police 14-10

22-year old Daniel Muka from Albania allegedly tried to open fire on officers during his arrest

Armed burglars escape with loot from Sliema residence, leaving owner tied up
Court & Police 14-10

Two armed and hooded men erupted into the Sliema residence on Saturday morning, tied the owner up and made away with cash and other valuables

Police counselling unit sees 85 officers, six family members in six months
National 13-10

The counselling service unveiled in April provides psychological support to recruits, police officers and civilians working with the police department

Italian men charged with refusing to submit to police search
Court & Police 11-10

One of the men was also charged with violently resisting a public official acting in the line of duty

Two men, woman accused of assaulting police in Marsa
Court & Police 29-08

Two men and a woman have been remanded in custody on charges of resisting and threatening police officers who stopped their van in Marsa

Man who breached bail to look for girlfriend’s mobile granted bail again
Court & Police 28-08

A man has been granted bail despite breaching the conditions of a previous release from arrest, on account of progress he was making in getting back on the right track

Language student fined €4,065 for drunken attack on police
Court & Police 22-08

An English language student has been fined €4,000 and handed a suspended prison sentence for a drunken attack on police in St Julian’s early this morning

Spanish police foil second attack after 13 killed in Barcelona
World 18-08

Spanish police say they have killed five suspected terrorists in the town of Cambrils to stop a vehicle attack, after an earlier one in Barcelona

Decomposing body found at sea off St Julian’s
Court & Police 16-08

The body of an unidentified male was discovered this evening, roughly one mile out

€4,200 fine and suspended sentence for drunken Paceville attack on police
Court & Police 16-08

A 23-year-old man has been handed a suspended sentence and a hefty fine after he committed a drunken attack on police officers in Paceville during the early hours of 15 August

French police search home of suspected attacker
World 11-08

French police have started to look through the home of the man suspected of injuring six soldiers by driving his car into them earlier this week

Two deny assaulting police at Birzebbugia wedding
Court & Police 07-08

Two men have denied assaulting police officers and knocking one officer out cold at a wedding in Birzebbugia

Police crack down on Armier sunbed operators
National 22-07

Officers are understood to have collected and taken away a substantial number of deckchairs and umbrellas in an operation that began at 5 am and continued for a number of hours.

Police mishandled ‘asshole’ incident between young mother and bus driver, court says
Court & Police 17-07

Woman cleared of resisting arrest and insulting officers who had dragged her off a bus for calling the driver an 'asshole', after he had insisted that she close a pushchair in which her two-year-old was sleeping

FIAU, Police deny allegations by former investigator
National 16-07

Both issued statements rejecting claims by former FIAU official Jonathan Ferris, that reports on Keith Schembri were purposely not investigated

Thief jailed for 40 months after late plea change
Court & Police 14-07

Robert Galea was convicted of aggravated theft after changing his plea, four years into criminal proceedings.

Zabbar man, 26, charged with trying to burn partner's sister alive
Court & Police 14-07

A 26-year-old and a 21-year-old have been charged with attempted murder and complicity in attempted murder after allegedly trying to set a woman's car on fire as she sat inside it with her son

Police statement dismissed as hearsay evidence unless corroborated in court
Law Report 14-07

A magistrate’s court held that a statement given to the police which was not corroborated by any other evidence in court was tantamount to hearsay evidence

Police to get power to build without permit
Townscapes 13-07

Home affairs minister Michael Farrugia is to be given widespread discretionary powers on development carried out by the police force on land under its 'operational control'

Opposition questions decision to allow reinstatement of police officers with criminal record
National 10-07

According to Home Affairs minister Michael Farrugia, if the offence is not considered a serious one, officers can be reinstated

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