Woman hurt in pub robbery
POLICE in Ivybridge are appealing for information following a robbery at a pub in Lutton where a staff member was left injured.
It happened between 11.10pm and 11.40pm on Sunday at the Mountain Inn, Lutton, Ivybridge.
A man allegedly entered the pub, confronted staff behind the bar and stole the contents of the till.
A 41-year-old female staff member sustained head injuries and was taken to Derriford Hospital.
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The suspect is described as white, in his 30s and over 5ft 1ins in height. He was believed to be wearing a green wax jacket and woolly hat.
Police would like to hear from anyone who left the pub near the time of the robbery or who may have seen a man hanging around outside between 10pm and midnight.
POLICE attended the Tamar Bridge yesterday following concerns for a man's safety.
Passers-by called the police out of concern for the man's safety at 1.40pm and reported that he was 'making threats' on the bridge which links Devon and Cornwall.
The police at the scene stated that they had managed to 'prevent a person from jumping' detaining him at 3:15pm.
Tamar Bridge control room confirmed they had kept all lanes open during the incident and traffic was kept fluid.
A MAN allegedly breached a non-molestation order twice within four days.
David Gray, aged 46, appeared at Plymouth Crown Court to deny three charges.
Gray, of Dundonald Street, Devonport, is charged with breaching the order by going within 100 metres of an address occupied by a woman on November 3 and again on November 7.
He is further alleged to have harassed the same woman by attending her address between October 30 and November 8.
Judge Paul Darlow set down a trial due to start on March 11. Gray was remanded in custody.
A TEENAGER accused of raping a girl is to stand trial later this month.
Brenan Grenney, aged 19, faced a judge at Plymouth Crown Court to deny raping a girl aged under 16.
Grenney, of Embankment Road, allegedly committed the offence on August 16, 2011.
Judge Paul Darlow set a trial due to last three days on February 27.
Grenney was released on bail.
A MAN who denies burglary at a home is to face trial next month.
Phillip Hogan, aged 25, pleaded not guilty to entering the home as a trespasser with intent to steal when he appeared at Plymouth Crown Court.
He allegedly climbed through the window of the property in Alexandra Road, Mutley, on November 16 last year.
Hogan, of Connaught Avenue, Mutley, will remain in custody until March 4.