Posted by Editor on 11th August 2011 at 06:55 PM
Video: Latest arrests and update from police chief
The Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, Peter Fahy, has issued this video thanking the public for their support since Tuesday night's Salford riots.
This afternoon GMP released details of two more Salford offenders who have been picked up by police.
Stefan Hoyle (born 27/01/1992) of St. Stephen Street, Salford, was jailed for four months for theft. He was arrested on Princess Street in the early hours of Wednesday 10 August 2011 after officers found him with a stolen violin.
A 15-year-old girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was given a 10-month referral order after admitting burglary. She was arrested outside a supermarket in the early hours of 10 August 2011.
Mr Fahy said: "We've been concentrating now on getting people into court, and getting support from the court services, which are now working 24 hours a day to get these offenders prosecuted."
He also called for the public who may have filmed or taken pictures of the events on Salford Precinct to get in touch so that looters or rioters can be brought to justice.
"We are not complacent and we will have more officers out on the streets," he said.
Since the violence and mayhem of Tuesday evening, Aaron Grima (born 31/05/1989), of Cromwell Road, Eccles, was jailed for four months for assaulting a police officer.
Martin Carr (08/04/1991), of Weaste Road, Salford, has been charged with burglary and remanded in custody until 17 August 2011.
Jason Hedgecock (16/01/1987) of Tootal Drive, Weaste, Salford, has been charged with violent disorder and remanded in custody until 18 August 2011.
Stephen Carter (06/02/1985), of Irlam Square, Irlams o’th Height, Salford, has admitted handling stolen goods and remanded in custody 16 August 2011.
Also, two men from Salford aged 26 and 28-years-old, as yet unnamed, have been arrested on after GMP's Tactical Aid Unit stopped a car on Sedgefield Close, Pendleton.
"It's really important now that Salford and Manchester return to normal, and that people come
out shopping on the precinct, to show that the law-abiding majority are back in control."
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