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Unhappy with Customer Service

By Martin Myall

The overworked Guardia Civil arrested a man who allegedly attacked a gun shop owner with an axe in Martos, Jaen. The irate, 49-year-old gentleman was annoyed with the shop owner as he had refused to sell him an air pistol, which quickly degenerated into promises of defecating on family tombs, doubts about the virility of... »

Wet, Wet, Wet Weekend

By Martin Myall

Well that was a wet weekend, from the north of the province to the south. Take Campotéjar on the Jaén border where the river burst its banks, for example. »

Ex-Mayor Acquitted of Drugs Charge

By Hugh MacArthur

The Court of Instruction Number 1 in Jaén has dismissed the case against L.C.P., former mayor of Guadahortuna, accused of growing marihuana. »

9-Year Old Gang Raped

By Vivienne Hughes

A minors magistrate has ordered an investigation into the rape of a 9-year-old boy by four other boys aged between 10 and 14-years old from the same school. »

Granada-Naples Flights Planned

By Vivienne Hughes

EasyJet will open a new air route operating out of Granada starting on the 5th of September next year connecting it with Naples. »

New Flights from Granada Airport

By Vivienne Hughes

(HMI04)The Aeropuerto Federico García Lorca Granada-Jaén now has four new connections with a direct flight to Bilbao, Paris, Tenerife and Gran Canaria. »

Another Policeman Incident

By Vivienne Hughes

A Policía Local in Valdepeñas (Jaén) shot the owner of a sandwich & rolls shop, killing him and accidentally wounded a customer before turning the gun on himself. »

Overstretched Infoca

By Martin Myall

The Andalusian, forest, fire-fighting service Infoca has been working flat out, combating around six fires scattered all over the region - the latest was on a campingsite. »

The Dog Killers

By Martin Myall

Up in Valverde de la Virgen (Leon) a 47-year-old man stands accused of tying his dog to the rear of his car, making it run home, resulting in it dying from exhaustion. »

Two Fireballs in 48 Hours

By Vivienne Hughes

Spain has witnessed two fireballs cross over its skies in the last 48 hours; the first visible in Caceres and the second from all over the south of Spain. »

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