Some thought it was part flying squirrel or some other wild animal, which is not impossible, for, according to naturalists, prolific
hybrids have been produced by the union of the marten and domestic cat.
I know you," offering his hand cordially to Paul; "it was a prolific
week, as my herbal and catalogues shall one day prove.
Moss did not take her stand on the equality of the human race; she was a patient, prolific
, loving-hearted woman.
Drilling of the Roadrunner #1 was carried out in Refugio County, Texas to a depth of 6,605 feet and made a discovery in the regionally prolific
Frio Sand at the 5,860 foot interval.
TEESSIDE'S most prolific
shoplifters will be receiving Christmas cards from the least likely of people.
Stuart Smith is a prolific
offender and his sentence should not only reassure the victims, but also the local community that the police and Criminal Justice System will not tolerate those intent oCaernarfon Crown Court, Det Sergeant Gareth Rees, of Llangefni CID, said: "When an individual commits a domestic burglary and invades your home, they can expect a custodial sentence.
AT least 500 victims as young as two were abused by the shamed television presenter Jimmy Savile during his reign as one of the country's most prolific
sex offenders, new research shows.
The PSNI would not reveal the identities of those labelled prolific
offenders but disclosed how the worst, a 19-year-old man, lives in the force's A District which covers North and West d has Belfast and has been arrested 97 times and "investi-gated for" 222 offences.
Methods is passionate about the quickly-maturing roofing industry.
A SPECIAL unit has been set up to help prolific
offenders rebuild their lives.
The youngest criminals tagged by police as prolific
offenders are a 14-year-old from Rhymney, who has been arrested 36 times and convicted 12 times - an average of nine arrests and four convictions a year since reaching the age of criminal responsibility, and a 15-year-old from Blackwood who has been arrested 24 times and convicted eight times.
POLICE have spoofed Marks & Spencer TV food ads with a Christmas card warning prolific
offenders to stay out of trouble or face the festive season behind bars.