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Taxi driver allegedly attacked takes fight to local MP

By West Briton  |  Posted: April 17, 2014

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A TRURO taxi driver allegedly attacked in his car in the early hours has taken his case to the local MP and the police and crime commissioner for Devon and Cornwall.

As reported in the West Briton last week, police waited six weeks to interview the man suspected of attacking Andy Darroch in Truro city centre and no arrest was made.

Mr Darroch has now sent a complaint with his evidence of the alleged attack to MP Sarah Newton and commissioner Tony Hogg.

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  • TWINSCREW  |  April 17 2014, 10:25AM

    "Mr Darroch has now sent a complaint with his evidence of the alleged attack to MP Sarah Newton and commissioner Tony Hogg" Good luck with that, public estimation of the police is at an all time low in the UK, in my opinion their priorities seem to be out of kilter with the rest of us.

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  • stoker14  |  April 17 2014, 9:33AM

    The Police are a waste of time these days. I was a pub landlord. I was assaulted in my pub, we managed to get the car registration number to give to the police. The result? There is nothing we can do as the car is registered outside of the county!!! They are a JOKE!

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