A local police officer PC Richard Eccles of North Wales Police who was also once the Secretary of the North Wales Police Federation, his son Harry Eccles 21, from Conwy, North Wales has been charged with going on to the playing area at a football match between Manchester City and Swansea in the FA Cup quarter-final, City went on to win and Harry Eccles ran onto the pitch, Harry is due to appear at Swansea Magistrates Court on April 2nd, 2019.
I think the courts need to clamp down on this behaviour to protect the players, as you know a supporter was sent to prison a few weeks ago for punching a player on the field.
Harry Eccles has been asked to resign from his job, I’m sure North Wales Police will take him back as they don’t mind you working for them even if you have convictions; they never sacked Anja Macleod and her husband the dog beaters, there are many other officers working for North Wales Police with far worse convictions.
We all get excited when our football team wins, some more than others. Harry, you should’ve known better with the job you have and where your father works.
A police museum was opened in early 2011 and Gwyn Roberts was asking the public for any exhibits or any stories to share, please call Gwyn on 07720532585, I may call you later Gwyn to see if this story is of any interest to you.
Another name that keeps popping up everywhere, Superintendent Simon Humphries he was the officer who protected ‘7 Bellies’ a.k.a. Nigel Roberts and his blog “Thoughts of Oscar” Humphries is keen to stress the museum is for policing in North Wales, rather than North Wales Police.
Now please read the link below, where PC Richard Eccles is disciplined for encouraging officers to sign a petition against a road toll.
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