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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin 13th May 2021

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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin 13th May 2021
You can get 6 penalty points and a £200 fine if you use a hand-held phone when driving. You’ll also lose your licence if you passed your driving test in the last 2 years.
Report yesterday from resident in Rough Rew #Dorking of what they thought was a suspicious female asking to do a meter reading! Entry refused! Good shout - NOT SURE? DON’T OPEN THE DOOR. Tips
Roads Policing Unit (RPU) - Surrey Police - UK @SurreyRoadCops
The driver of this vehicle had failed to secure the load on his vehicle and on a bend the load shifted and came off the vehicle. Thankfully there were no pedestrians or other road users in the impact zone.  Driver reported for the offence.
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They can advise on a whole range of topics, including supporting your child through the
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Surrey Special Constabulary
A driver blew 218 on a breath test after a collision in #Ashtead yesterday.
The limit is 35. More than six times the legal limit...!!!!
You could be imprisoned, banned from driving and face a fine if you’re found guilty of drink-driving.
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44% of cars were broken into via an unlocked door :
Don’t make a burglar’s job easier by leaving gardening tools lying around as these are often used to force entry into your home – a garden spade can do a lot of damage to a door or window in a short space of time.
There are many words used to describe fraud: Scam, con, swindle, extortion, sham, double-cross, hoax, cheat, ploy, ruse, hoodwink, confidence trick. Have a look at the A-Z of fraud for information about different types of fraud.
Criminals have been posting fake adverts on social media, online marketplaces and specific pet-selling platforms. How can you protect yourself from falling victim to pet fraud? Tips to help:
A man was arrested yesterday (11 May), after officers carried out a drugs warrant at an address in #Dorking.
Police had to force their way into the address after the 48-year-old man locked himself in. A quick search of the property uncovered a quantity of a substance believed to be cocaine in the toilet bowl which the man had tried to flush away.
Mobile phones, cash, digital scales, a quantity of cannabis and a shotgun cartridge were also found at the property.
The suspect was arrested on suspicion of possessing class A drugs with intent to supply, possession of cannabis and possession of ammunition for a shotgun when prohibited for life. He has been released under investigation and enquiries remain ongoing.
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Early Wednesday morning - 1.23am #MoleValley officers were called to Vincent Ln #Dorking after reports of a suspected drink driver leaving a car blocking the road - man located and gave a specimen of breath: subsequently arrested / charged for being over drink driving limit!!
Mitigating malware and ransomware attacks (big cyber attack making the headlines in US at the moment ) This guidance helps private and public sector organisations deal with the effects of malware (which includes ransomware) .
We stopped this driver in #Leatherhead and found he was uninsured.
He’s enjoying a walk in the sun as #NoInsuranceMeansNoCar.
Reported to court.
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Intruder on farm Temple Ln #Capel Sun 09/05 6.40pm tried to start truck left when confronted. When not in use, all vehicles / plant machinery should have their ignition keys removed / where possible, their immobilisers or anti-theft devices activated.
Items stolen from shed on allotment #Dorking - regularly check security , consider a battery-operated shed alarm. They look low key but they respond to movement or door contact with an extremely loud siren. Paint larger items with postcode.
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Andy Reid (Surrey Police, InTheKnow.Community Administrator, Mole Valley)
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