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The police have put up a cordon in Eign Road outside the Brewers Arms. 

 

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West Mercia Police release this statement

 

OPERATION TRILBY– Community Update from Superintendent Ivan Powell

I am the policing commander for Herefordshire and think it is vitally important that I communicate clearly with local residents following a serious incident that took place in the early hours of this morning, Sunday the 24th of November 2013.
Operation Trilby is the operational name allocated by police into the investigation of a stabbing incident.

The way in which events unfolded is as follows:
At approximately 04:40am on the 24
th of November 2013, police received a telephone call from the ambulance service telling us they were responding to a report of a man who had been stabbed in the Brewers Arms Public house in Hereford.

A significant number of police resources were deployed to several locations in relation to this incident. These resources included firearms officers, plain clothes and uniform response officers. Other specialist officers are also involved.

At around 4.54 am, only 14 minutes after the call, two persons were arrested on suspicion of attempted murder by taser equipped officers. Both remain in police custody at this time.

This was an extremely fast moving investigation that required the deployment a significant number of police resources. I would like to re-iterate some key messages:

Within 15 minutes of the call being made, two persons were under arrest and there is no longer any threat to the community.
The victim and suspect are believed to be known to each other and there is no evidence to suggest that any other member of the public is at risk of harm. We have significant policing resources committed to the investigative interviewing, forensic investigation, crime scene searches and house to house enquiries.

I would also like to thank the local community in Hereford for their understanding and support during this police operation.

Whilst the identity of the injured male is known to some members of the community, his identity will be confirmed in due course. At this time, his injuries are not thought to be life threatening. Our thoughts are with him and his family at this difficult time, but please be reassured we continue to provide them with personal support.

It is important for me to acknowledge that this is a serious incident, but please be reassured this type of event is very rare, and there is no longer a threat to the community of Herefordshire.

Members of the public who believe that they have information that may be relevant to the police investigation are to contact West Mercia Police on 101 and ask for officers at Hereford, or please approach any of my staff who will be patrolling your areas whilst they conduct house to house enquiries over the next few days.

Superintendent Ivan POWELL- Herefordshire Policing Area. 

 

Full Official West Mercia Police Statement

Op Trilby Community impact statement _1HMp-2.pdf

 

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Thanks for posting this information Colin, a very quick update indeed.

Once again, we have much to thank our emergency services for. They are always there when we need them the most.

 

Your welcome and yes we owe them a lot. I wonder if they used their tasers? If not why mention that taser equipped offices were deployed?

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OMG another stabbing in Hereford, I looked on the HT website but it looks like HV is more up to date! I am glad that they have the suspects in custody 

 

Thank you for the information Colin, There is still no update on the HT website, I think I will use HV as my source of news from now on ha ha

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Good afternoon Dippy , for whatever reason the HT are not allowing comments on their story of this incident .

( it was my updating on their comments that I received a smacked hand a couple of weeks ago ! ) .

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Naughty Naughty Ubique!

Well, at least you can have your say quite freely on here!

Have to say though, with the amount of sometimes quite contentious comments,that seems like a pretty poor reason for giving you the old heave ho.

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More background information from Herefordshire Council's



 

EXPEDITED/SUMMARY LICENCE REVIEW OF THE PREMSIES LICENCE IN RESPECT OF THE 'BREWERS ARMS, 97 EIGN ROAD, HEREFORD

To consider an application for an ‘expedited licence review’ of the premises licence relating to the ‘Brewers Arms, 97 Eign Road, Hereford.

 





 

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I have attended a briefing today with insp. Ivan Powell regarding this incident two arrests were made within 14 minutes of the incident occurring and the police are to be congratulated on there swift action there is no danger to the community and the enquires are ongoing .

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From the HT

 

Two people have been charged in relation to a stabbing at a Hereford pub at the weekend.

Gipsy Outlaw Smith, a 56-year-old man from Nover Wood Drive,Fownhope, has been charged with grievous bodily harm, actual bodily harm, two counts of possession of a knife, blade or sharp pointed article in a public place and a possession of a weapon for the discharge of a noxious liquid, gas or electrical incapacitation device.

And Dawn Louise Smith, a 42-year-old woman, also from Nover Wood Drive, Fownhope, has been charged with assisting an offender in an indictable offence, two charges of possession of a knife or sharp pointed article in a public place and driving above the legal alcohol limit.

Both appeared before Hereford Magistrates this morning.

Gipsy Outlaw Smith was remanded in custody, while Dawn Louise Smith was given conditional bail.

Both are next to appear at Worcester Crown Court in February next year.

A man in his 30s was stabbed at the Brewers Arms in Eign Road at 4.40am on Sunday.

He was released from hospital the same day.

Anyone with information can call police on 0300 333 3000 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

 

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Poor sod! He never stood a chance. Surely when this poor baby was christened or registered at birth, some fool must have said, 'hang on. Do you think this is going to give this little lad the heads up if ever he wants to join the Police or engage in any career involving him watching over money'

I mean I'd sooner have been given the name bloody Adolf than Gypsy Outlaw. Bloody Gypsy Outlaw! Poor sod. It's no wonder he's got a short temper. I've been trawling through the names you can give kids and nowhere does Gypsy Outlaw come up. If the name ain't on the list then as far as Im concerned, that's it. Here's the list. Pick one and clear off.

And as for the Police and these ridiculous Operational names, why can't they pick something more appropriate rather than bloody Trilby. If I was laid up in bed, skewered by a bloody butter knife, the last thing I want to hear is my stabbing has been called bloody Trilby or worse Pork bloody Pie. It's silly and its got to stop. If ever I got into power that'd be the first thing I did. Lets have some proper Operational names like, Operation Stabbing down the Brewers Arms or Operation Gypsy stabbed someone.

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Poor sod! He never stood a chance. Surely when this poor baby was christened or registered at birth, some fool must have said, 'hang on. Do you think this is going to give this little lad the heads up if ever he wants to join the Police or engage in any career involving him watching over money'

I mean I'd sooner have been given the name bloody Adolf than Gypsy Outlaw. Bloody Gypsy Outlaw! Poor sod. It's no wonder he's got a short temper. I've been trawling through the names you can give kids and nowhere does Gypsy Outlaw come up. If the name ain't on the list then as far as Im concerned, that's it. Here's the list. Pick one and clear off.

And as for the Police and these ridiculous Operational names, why can't they pick something more appropriate rather than bloody Trilby. If I was laid up in bed, skewered by a bloody butter knife, the last thing I want to hear is my stabbing has been called bloody Trilby or worse Pork bloody Pie. It's silly and its got to stop. If ever I got into power that'd be the first thing I did. Lets have some proper Operational names like, Operation Stabbing down the Brewers Arms or Operation Gypsy stabbed someone.

 

I am soon (next year) to be related to this excuse for a human being

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Why Thankyou Will!!!!

 

Your comment reads as a compliment to me....although I realise it wasn't meant to!!

 

Thats unfortunate news for you,re your previous post.

Its true what they say, you can choose your posting pals,but you can't choose your family.....or something like that!!!!

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In fact, looking on the "members" list proved very interesting....quite a few familiar names!

Silent Bull....where are you??

You are registered, yet no posts!

C'mon...you usually have something to say!

And Aylestone Voice! Offer up your opinion on here!!

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