The text message which put dim-witted would-be burglar Stuart Gibbs behind bars

'Don't ring me when I'm out robbing': The text message which put dim-witted would-be burglar behind bars Stuart Gibbs, of Leicester, jailed for 18 months for the attempted burglary The 24-year-old admitted the offence after police caught him with messageAdmitted a string of later offences including dangerous driving | UPDATED: 14:44 GMT, 26 December 2012 Gibbs admitted attempted burglary and was jailed for 18 months at Leicester Crown Court A would-be burglar has been locked up after police found a text message he sent before trying to break into a house which read: 'I've told you 20 times – don't ring me when I'm out robbing'. Dozy Stuart Gibbs was caught hiding in a shed behind the house in Leicester after a vigilant resident contacted police when she two men acting suspiciously in a neighbour's garden

Parents of girl who ran off to France with her teacher recovering from "suicide overdose"

Parents of girl who ran off to France with her teacher recovering in hospital after 'attempted suicide' Couple carried out of their home on stretchers after emergency callInternational hunt was launched after teenager disappeared | UPDATED: 10:29 GMT, 9 December 2012 The parents of a schoolgirl who ran away with her teacher are in hospital recovering from suspected suicide attempt, it emerged today. They were carried out of their home on stretchers by an ambulance crew, reportedly suffering from a drugs overdose

Teenager, 18, charged with rape of 11-year-old girl on way home from school

Teenager, 18, charged with rape of 11-year-old girl on way home from school The girl, wearing school uniform, was attacked in Jubilee Park, Enfield on Friday evening after getting off the school bus | UPDATED: 09:35 GMT, 29 November 2012 An 18-year-old man was today charged with the rape of an 11-year-old girl who was on her way home from school, police said.

West Ham anti-semitic chants: FA launch probe into sick songs at Tottenham, which mocked Spurs fans stabbed in Italy

'Can we stab you every week' Probe into sickening anti-semitic West Ham chants which mocked Spurs fans attacked in ItalyTwo West Ham fans arrested and cautioned over chants | UPDATED: 17:04 GMT, 26 November 2012 The Football Association has launched an investigation into the vile chanting by some West Ham fans at Tottenham yesterday. Spurs’ 3-1 Barclays Premier League win was overshadowed by sickening songs about the stabbings of the Tottenham fans in Rome last week. Anti-Semitic taunts were also heard, along with persistent hissing and references to Adolf Hitler.