Teenage driver, 18, 'demolished terraced house by losing control of father's 30,000 Jeep Cherokee while speeding' six months after passing his test Robbie Morgan 'knocked down an 18-year-old who suffered life-threatening injuries' court toldTeenager accused of leaving party in car to buy cigarettes and 'putting his foot down'Driver denies dangerous driving in Nelson, near Caerphilly, south Wales By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 13:03 GMT, 29 January 2013 | UPDATED: 15:01 GMT, 29 January 2013 Robbie Morgan is accused of demolishing a house after driving in his father's Jeep A teenage driver demolished a house and knocked down a pedestrian with his dad's Jeep after swerving off the road while speeding, a court heard today. Robbie Morgan, 18, had only been driving for six months when he got behind the the wheel of his father's 4×4 Jeep after he left a party to buy cigarettes.
‘Simon Cowell would not be impressed’: Cringeworthy Christmas crime song fails to hit the right note Bedfordshire Police has recorded its own version of the Slade festive classic Merry Christmas EverybodyBut not everyone is impressed with their musical effort with one Facebook user describing it as 'tragic' | UPDATED: 12:42 GMT, 24 December 2012 They may be more accustomed to patrolling the beat, but one police force has shown that it doesn’t have the X Factor when it comes to trying to sing along in time to it. Facebook users have slammed Bedfordshire Police’s ‘tragic’ cover version of Slade’s 1973 anthem Merry Christmas Everybody – the not very catchily named ‘Christmas Crime Reduction’. The force had hoped that the song would offer residents winter crime advice but it is unlikely to trouble the frontrunners for the number one spot over the festive period.
Teenager charged with murder of four siblings in house fire following party to celebrate mother’s birthdayDyson Allen, 19, had originally been arrested in connection with the fire in JanuaryHe was charged today ,police have tonight confirmedThe teenager will appear before magistrates in Blackpool tomorrow morning A teenager has been charged with the murder of four siblings who died in a house fire, police have confirmed. Dyson Allen, 19, will appear before magistrates in Blackpool tomorrow accused of murdering Reece Smith, 19, four-year-old twins Holly and Ella Smith, and Jordan Smith, two, Lancashire Police said.