Man arrested following fatal road traffic collision on M62

We have arrested a man following a fatal road traffic collision on the M62 in the early hours of this morning, Saturday 27 May. Just after midnight we received a report of a collision on the westbound carriageway of the M62 between junctions 6 and 5, involving a grey Vauxhall Corsa and a silver Mercedes C180. […]

Male, 17, charged with modifying imitation firearm

We have charged a 17-year-old male following an incident in Market Street, Prescot, on the evening of Wednesday 24th May. At around 11.30pm it was reported that a male was on Kemble Street and a loud bang was heard and four males running away. There were no reports of anyone being injured and no evidence of […]

Man from Huyton jailed for 17 years for drugs supply

A man has been jailed for 17 years for conspiracy to supply heroin and cocaine. Thomas Robinson, 43, of St Mary’s Road, Huyton, was sentenced at Liverpool Crown Court today (Friday 26 May) after being found guilty following a trial. Robinson was identified by detectives as using the Encrochat handle ‘Carbonzero’ and linked him to […]

Man arrested following cannabis farm discovery

A man has been arrested and drugs were seized after a warrant was executed at a disused bank in Liscard yesterday evening, Thursday 25 May. Just after 9pm, officers carried out the law enforcement operation at site in Liscard shopping precinct. On gaining entry officers found seven growing rooms over four floors of the building, […]

Man charged with firearm offences in Liverpool

A man has been charged with firearms offences following the discovery of weapons at a property in Liverpool. In September last year, officers executed a warrant at a property in Toxteth and discovered a firearm, a grenade and ammunition at the address following an investigation by Merseyside Police. The firearm was made safe by officers […]

Blog: ‘We still need to be alert to MPox’

Medical illustration of Monkeypox virus – 3D illustration A year on from the MPox (formerly named MonkeyPox) outbreak that affected the UK and many other countries across the world, Advanced Public Health Practitioner & Sexual & Reproductive Health lead James Woolgar, reflects on what we learnt, and explains why we should remain vigilant. “We have made excellent progress tackling MPox in the UK since the […]

Liverpool City Council set to appoint bulky waste contractor

Liverpool City Council is set to award a four-and-half-year contract for the collection of household bulky waste to Liverpool Streetscene Services Ltd (LSSL). LSSL was awarded a temporary contract last November and since then has implemented significant operational improvements, not least reducing customers’ wait times from an average of four to five weeks to seven to 10 days. […]

Wanted: Martin Stowell

Have you seen this man? We are appealing for help in finding a 40-year-old man from Liverpool who is wanted on recall to prison for breach of his licence conditions. Martin Stowell has breached his licence conditions following his release from prison after serving a sentence for a malicious communication offence. He is described as […]

CCTV appeal following homophobic hate crime in Liverpool city centre

We have issued CCTV images of two people who could have information to assist our enquiries following a homophobic assault in Liverpool city centre.  It was reported at around 12.45am on Saturday 29 April that two men were the victims of a hate crime on Dale Street, near Moorfields train station. The two men, aged […]

Community day of action targets serious organised crime in Walton

During a day of action in Walton yesterday (Wednesday 24 May), officers made eight arrests and seized drugs and cash. The day’s activities under Operation Vermont involved officers from across the force coming together to prevent crime and reassure the public on community issues, as well as proactively targeting criminals. The action was a direct […]