The manager of the New Ash Green shopping centre has been ordered to pay £8,770 for illegally cutting down protected ash trees that gave the village its name. Yusuf Jassat, 66, pleaded guilty to the charge of causing or permitting the felling of three trees that were covered by a Tree Preservation Order (TPO) at Sevenoaks Magistrates’ Court on Friday, January 12. The trees were located in New Ash Green's shopping centre and were some of the ‘Ashes’ from which the village took its name.
Armed police were called following reports of a man possessing a weapon. Officers were called at 5.26pm on Wednesday to Luton Road, Chatham, where armed police attended as a precaution. A 16-year-old boy from Gillingham was arrested in Northumberland Avenue, Rainham, in connection with the incident. Armed police attended the incident in Chatham as a precaution.
A 70-year-old man has been found dead. Emergency services were called to St William Way, Rochester, at 9.50am on Saturday, January 13, following a report concerning the welfare of a man. Officers found the deceased man inside a property in the road which was closed for around six hours. Police officers closed St William Way while emergency services attended the scene The death is not being treated as suspicious and the next-of-kin have been informed.
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