In today’s County Times: ‘Crackdown on youth crime and drug use’

County Times front pages 18.02.16

County Times front pages 18.02.16

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Police patrols are set to increase in Horsham town centre to combat reports of drug use and antisocial behaviour.

In today’s County Times, a man is accused of murdering a student in an ongoing trial, a music festival taking place this summer is yet to obtain licensing while neighbours have objected to it, and two rail passengers sent bogus compensation claims.

A cat suffered horrific injuries after being caught in an animal snare, police have been criticised over their policy on people who have downloaded child porn, and war veterans have been presented with the highest French military honour.

Meanwhile, an award-winning brewery has opened a bar in Horsham, mystery surrounds a dreadful smell in the town centre, and a cryptic note was left on a bench.

In the South Downs edition, a woman’s body was found on a Sussex beach, Land Rover and Bentley car dealerships will be redeveloped, and charity fundraisers are taking on a skydiving challenge.

In sport, it has been claimed the lack of a 3G surface is putting a ‘big dent’ in the progress of young footballers. We also have all the latest news and reports from rugby, hockey, table tennis and more.

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