CHELL HEATH: Youngsters are being blamed for anti-social behaviour on a council estate.
The youths are annoying neighbours in Chell Heath and the problems have been reported to Staffordshire Police and Stoke-on-Trent City Council.
A police spokesman said: "Several residents have reported anti-social behaviour involving youngsters and we are making further inquiries into these complaints.
"If necessary, we will interview the parents of the youths involved over the behaviour of their children."
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Residents can be updated on the issue at a police surgery at Bradeley Community Centre, in Chell Heath Road, at 10am on Tuesday, December 11.
STOKE: A man accused of drugs offences will have his case heard in the Crown Court.
Fifty-seven-year-old Geoffrey Davies, who is charged with possession of cannabis with intent to supply and possession of illicit cash, is due to be committed to Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court on January 28 at the North Staffordshire Justice Centre, Newcastle. North Stafordshire Magistrates court heard how Davies, of Selwyn Street, Stoke, allegedly had cannabis in his possession in Stoke on July 9.
District Judge David Taylor declined jurisdiction in the matter yesterday.
SOUTH CHESHIRE: Cheshire Police are asking local breeders, suppliers and the general public if they would like to donate suitable dogs to be trained up to work alongside the force's police dog handlers.
Ideally, the police dog handlers are looking for a German Shepherd or Alsatian dog, or Mallinois dog aged between one and two years. The dog must be confident around people and other animals and enjoy the interaction.
Anyone with a dog they would be interested in donating should contact Mike Jones on 01606 362 681.
For more information on police dogs visit www.cheshire.police.uk