Vandals wreck clifftop coronavirus precaution signs four times in a month

VANDALS have repeatedly wrecked clifftop signage urging people to take precautions during the coronavirus pandemic. The banners and plaques, put up by New Forest District Council along Hordle Cliff at Milford, were attacked during Monday...

Killer policeman Brehmer was paid for two months after admitting lover’s manslaughter

A HORDLE police officer was paid for two months after he pleaded guilty in court to killing his lover, it has emerged. Dorset Police has defended its actions, saying rules meant it had to keep...
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Hordle at Christmas

Hordle at Christmas IF YOU'RE keen to keep it local in Hordle this Christmas, look no further. On this page you'll find a selection of Hordle firms which need your help if they're to continue to...

Second sentence appeal for Hordle policeman jailed for 10 years for killing his lover

TWO appeal hearings will decide whether the 10-and-a-half-year jail term given to a Hordle policeman who killed his lover will be extended or reduced. Timothy Brehmer has applied to the Court of Appeal to challenge...

Second case of coronavirus at Hordle Primary School

HORDLE Primary School has reported its second case of Covid-19 in three weeks, with close contacts urged to self-isolate. The positive test result was announced today (Tuesday) by Fiona Adams, headteacher of the institution in...

Review after complaint the jail term given to police officer who killed lover was...

A HORDLE policeman who killed his lover but was cleared of her murder is to have his 10-and-a-half-year jail term reviewed. A complaint has been made that the sentence handed to Timothy Brehmer (41), of...

UPDATED: Hordle policeman Timothy Brehmer given 10 years’ jail for killing Claire Parry

A HORDLE policeman who killed his lover but was found not guilty of her murder has been jailed for 10-and-a-half years. Timothy Brehmer (41), of Woodcock Lane, was sent down at Salisbury Crown Court this...

‘He has stolen someone who meant so much to so many’ – husband pays...

A KILLER policeman from Hordle was blasted by his victim’s husband for telling “lies” and crying “crocodile tears” ahead of his sentencing. Andrew Parry scolded Timothy Brehmer (41), of Woodcock Lane, calling him the “worst...

Hordle policeman who killed his lover found not guilty of murder

POLICEMAN Timothy Brehmer has been found not guilty of murdering his lover by a jury. Having deliberated for just under three hours at Salisbury Crown Court, jurors unanimously decided to acquit the 41-year-old, of Woodcock...

Jury retires in murder trial of Hordle policeman

THE jury in the trial of a policeman accused of murdering his lover has retired to consider its verdict. Judge Richard Jacobs finished summing up the evidence in the case of Timothy Brehmer, of Woodcock...
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