22 arrested following CCTV monitoring
Published 28 August 2014
CCTV monitoring in the Vale of Glamorgan led to 22 arrests last week.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council's CCTV team contacted police a total of 56 times during the week ending 24 August 2014.
On 18 August one person was arrested on Broad Street, Barry for being drunk in charge of a vehicle.
On 19 August, one person was arrested on Barry Waterfront under Section 136 of the Mental Health Act, two people were arrested on Holton Road for theft, and two people were also arrested on Holton Road for public order offences.
On 20 August, one person was arrested for theft on Holton Road, and one person was arrested for being outstanding wanted on Barry Road.
On 21 August on Holton Road one person was arrested for being outstanding wanted and for possession of an offensive weapon, and another person was arrested for being drunk in charge of a vehicle.
Ten arrests were made on 22 August. One person was arrested on Barry Road for being outstanding wanted, and one person was arrested on Northcotte Terrace for possession of drugs.
Four people were arrested on Holton Road for criminal damage and public order offences, two of which were also arrested for possession of an offensive weapon.
A further four people were arrested on Port Road, Barry, on charges of theft.
On 23 August on Broad Street, Barry, one person was arrested for a public order offence, and one person was arrested under Section 136 of the Mental Health Act.
On Holton Road, Barry on 18 August one missing person was found.
All crimes are alleged at the time of incident.
The Vale of Glamorgan’s CCTV operation is part of the Safer Vale Partnership, which comprises of representatives of the Vale of Glamorgan Council, Police, Fire and Rescue, Probation and Crown Prosecution Services, Vale Local Health Board, NHS Trusts, Vale Council for Voluntary Service and other statutory and voluntary bodies.
For information visit www.safervale.co.uk.