Busy weekend for police in Wisbech: ‘Houdini’ the horse escapes field three times, uninsured driver reported, and a vehicle with just one nut holding on its front wheel breaks down

PUBLISHED: 10:16 03 September 2018 | UPDATED: 10:16 03 September 2018

This horse, given the name Houdini by police, fled its field in Sealey’s Lane, Parson’s Drove, so officers were called to help track it down.

This horse, given the name Houdini by police, fled its field in Sealey’s Lane, Parson’s Drove, so officers were called to help track it down.

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Rescuing ‘Houdini’ the horse who had escaped its field three times was just one of the incidents police in Wisbech were called to over the weekend.

On Friday night (August 31) officers stopped a vehicle on South Brink, Wisbech. The driver had no insurance and no licence. The vehicle was seized by police and the driver was reported.On Friday night (August 31) officers stopped a vehicle on South Brink, Wisbech. The driver had no insurance and no licence. The vehicle was seized by police and the driver was reported.

The horse, given the name Houdini by police, fled its field in Sealey’s Lane, Parson’s Drove, so officers were called to help track it down.

As well as dealing with an escapee horse, PSCOs undertook patrols of the town centre, St Peter’s Church and gardens, Tillery Park and The Crescent over the weekend.

Patrols were also undertaken in Waterlees Road and Windsor Drive where there have recently been reports of youth riding motorcycles without helmets on and the motorbikes displaying no registration plates.

Police were also called to the scene to assist with traffic control after a vehicle broke down between Wisbech and Guyhirn, because it had just one nut holding the front wheel on.

Police were also called to the scene to assist with traffic control after a vehicle broke down between Wisbech and Guyhirn, because it had just one nut holding the front wheel on.Police were also called to the scene to assist with traffic control after a vehicle broke down between Wisbech and Guyhirn, because it had just one nut holding the front wheel on.

On Friday night (August 31) officers stopped a vehicle on South Brink, Wisbech. The driver had no insurance and no licence. The vehicle was seized by police and the driver was reported.


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