Officers force their way into Popley flat

Police cars in Tasmania Close, Popley, this morning. Picture by Paul King

Police cars in Tasmania Close, Popley, this morning. Picture by Paul King

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A MAN has been arrested this morning after officers forced their way into a flat in Popley.

Officers went to Tasmania Close at 8.10am, following a call reporting a concern for the welfare of a man with a head injury.

Police said officers from Hampshire Constabulary’s Force Support Unit forced entry to the flat to check on his welfare and prevent further incident, after he refused to let them in.

A 45-year-old man from Basingstoke was arrested on suspicion of affray at 9.40am and taken by ambulance to Basingstoke hospital for his head injury.

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10:02pm Sat 21 Jun 14

BasingstokeCouncilSuck says...

Now if the public parked like those police drivers, they would receive a penalty ticket for parking outside the marked bay. Surely this photo is evidence.
Now if the public parked like those police drivers, they would receive a penalty ticket for parking outside the marked bay. Surely this photo is evidence. BasingstokeCouncilSuck
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