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"It's disgraceful. It is desecrating the hallowed memories of the men who gave the ultimate sacrifice." The words of the Royal British Legion after graffiti was scrawled on the Wolverhampton cenotaph steps. Police are now investigating.

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Great use of aerial photography here by West Midlands Fire Service to capture the full extent of the damage to the Northfield Manor Cadbury house. It's been released as West Midlands Police revealed three schoolboys had been arrested.

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Just in from West Midlands POlice - A Wolverhampton drug dealer who was found with almost a thousand pounds worth of crack and heroin has been jailed for three-and-a-half years.

Lewis Osborne managed to swiftly secrete the 81 wraps on his person when police stopped the car he was travelling in on Belton Avenue last month.

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