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Police bid to tackle Larbert problems

Spot checks on off-sales and tours of local trouble spots are key objectives of this weekend’s anti-social behaviour patrols staged in Larbert.

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Mooney damaged the indicator of her partners car

Ripped off his indicator and mirror in rage

A couple’s drunken row resulted in an indicator stalk and mirror being damaged as the pair struggled together inside a car.

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Supplying cocaine cost him dearly

Supplying cocaine cost him dearly

Grant Caldwell (32) was caught by police dealing cocaine from an address in Maddiston.

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Whailin was watching Hibs versus Rangers in a pub when he started shouting sectarian remarks

Bigot behaves badly watching Hibs v Rangers

A drunk threatened to slash a barman’s throat when he was refused service in a town centre pub.

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Daughter’s call: ‘Help, mum is being strangled!’

Daughter’s call: ‘Help, mum is being strangled!’

A thug who has made a habit of hitting – and strangling – his partner was caged for eight months for his repeated violent offences.

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Police urge public to help in the fight against terrorism

Police urge public to help in the fight against terrorism

Police in Forth Valley are urging communities to be vigilant to counter threats from terrorism.

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Stirling Sheriff Court

Baby’s face turned blue as thug dangled him above ground

A moronic monster dangled a 15-month-old baby by his hooded jacket until the wee tot’s face turned blue.

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Pink pellets are not poison say police

Pink pellets are not poison say police

Police say pink pellets found in bread in a village park are not poison.

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Stirling Sheriff Court

Housebreaking offender is caged

A man responsible for a spate of housebreakings in the Falkirk area has been jailed for his crimes.

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On average, an offence is reported every two hours in Scotland.

Recorded child abuse cases hit an all-time high

The number of child sex offences has risen to an all-time high, with more than 4,000 recorded in Scotland last year - an average of almost 12 every day.

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Falirk MP John McNally

MP McNally caught up in terror incident

Falkirk’s SNP MP John McNally is “well” after being caught up in the terror incident outside the Houses of Parliament earlier today.

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Crime falls in the Forth Valley

Crime falls in the Forth Valley

Crime has fallen significantly in Forth Valley according to the latest figures released by Police Scotland.

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Man charged with glass attack

Man charged with glass attack

A man has appeared in court charged with permanently disfiguring another man in a glass attack in a pub in Linlithgow.

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Man in van exposes himself to teenage girl

Man in van exposes himself to teenage girl

A man indecently exposed himself to a teenager in Stenhousemuir.

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Falkirk Sheriff Court

Drunk who attacked police is tagged

Dillon Martin lost his temper with police who arrived at his mother’s house late at night to investigate reports of a disturbance.

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The Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Bill aims to tackle those who use coercive and controlling behaviour.

New law to tackle psychological abuse

A new bill to strengthen the laws against psychological domsetic abuse is being considered by the Scottish Parliament.

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The People's Church in West Bridge Street, Falkirk

Woman brandished axe outside Falkirk church

A woman is facing jail after brandishing an axe outside a Pentecostal church only yards from a police station.

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Safe nights out in Falkirk

Safe nights out in Falkirk

Officers will be in Falkirk town centre this weekend to ensure people have a safe night out.

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Concerns led to police facing death threats from Denny Man

Police went to Brian Krupa’s home after staff at a drug and alcohol help centre reported they had been worried about his behaviour at the clinic.

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Police called to pub after pool queue row escalates

Police called to pub after pool queue row escalates

A row over who was next to play a game of pool led to a man being arrested in a Falkirk pub.

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