The Mob cost the tax payer £1,600 to kill a dog!!

This story is still on-going from February, where The Mob deliberately ran a dog over on the A55 and killed it.

The repairs to the police vehicle were just short of £1,600.

The Mob have still not released the 2 police officer’s names as an investigation is still on-going, although they are supposed to be releasing the transcript of what was said in the vehicle that killed the dog.

Maybe because I found this information out regarding the transcripts, the Mob may be having second thoughts about releasing them.

Remember that wonderful speech Sacha Hatchett released on social media, where she was very vague, she forgot to tell us it cost nearly £1,600 to repair the police vehicle, as well as where the dog was actually killed.

The truth is slowly and I mean slowly coming out.

Please read the link below.


Oh Deer! There’s A Deer Missing That The Mob Can’t Account For!!

Since my last post explaining how a deer had been run over by The Mob, this incident was brushed under the carpet, I can confirm that the Daily Post requested a FOI on How many animals had been killed in North Wales by The Mob?

I do know that the Daily Post are regular readers of my blog, as information is often relayed back to me. The Daily Post were probably shocked to read my last post regarding the deer and this has probably prompted them to enquire through the FOI Act.

North Wales Police have confirmed they have killed 10 animals since 2013, this does not include the dog killed on the A55.

The list is 4 deer’s, 2 sheep, 2 horses, 1 cow & a badger, all killed by gun shot. They go on to say that 3 of the wild deer were shot on the expressway. So if you do your maths, there’s a deer missing, is this the one that was killed by Nia Owen that they don’t want to mention?

Read the link below.

We can only hope that there will be a full and thorough investigation into this conundrum, let’s wait and see what they come up with.


Oh Deer, Look What The Mob Killed On The A55!

This post you are about to read is both shocking and disturbing, at least it will be to most of the readers but what The Mob get up to comes as no surprise to me.

When a traffic officer anywhere in the country comes on shift, their first task is to check their vehicle ie; water, oil, fuel, electrics and tyres and they have to sign a book to confirm the vehicle has been checked.

This is not a quiz, this is just standard, just like a member of the public, if he or she got stopped in a vehicle and a traffic officer carried out your vehicle checks and let’s say you had a defective tyre, you would get 3 points and a fixed penalty, which is quite right and is the law.

It doesn’t work if you say to the police officer it’s not my car, the officer will tell you, the onus is on you to check the vehicle before you borrow it, the officer may say to you ‘are you exempt or have you any special conditions which allow you to drive a vehicle with defective tyres?’.

No one is exempt.

Now moving on, before that dog was deliberately killed on the A55 by North Wales Police officers, PC 2671 Nia Owen was driving a traffic vehicle, a marked BMW vehicle, she was travelling at high speed, not for an emergency, doing approximately 90mph along the A55, this female officer was not on a call to any incident, she was intentionally breaking the speed limit and between Kinmel Bay & Bodelwyddan, she hit a deer, she killed it, travelling at high speed.

When she returned back to St Asaph police station, she reported the accident.

She was asked was the camera on in the vehicle, she replied no.

Police vehicles are fitted with a device that can download all the data information for that particular vehicle, when this investigation was carried out, the downloaded data clearly showed PC 2671 Nia Owen was speeding, doing at least 90mph, the recording of the accident, where she stated the camera was not on, proved the opposite, as it was on.

When this vehicle was to be picked up and driven to the BMW Premier garage in Llandudno Junction for repairs, one of the staff quite rightly refused to drive the vehicle because when he conducted is pre journey vehicle checks he discovered this car, last driven by PC 2671 Nia Owen doing 90mph had 2 defective tyres.

Now to me and I’m no solicitor, this has to be a case of gross misconduct, not just because she was speeding and that she had clearly not carried out her vehicle inspection checks all though she signed the book to say she had, but also for telling lies.

Gross misconduct is behaviour by an employee which is so serious that it goes to the roots of the contract, destroys the relationship between an employer & employee and usually results in dismissal.


Nia & Mark celebrating

May I bring it to your attention, Nia Owen’s husband is ex- Chief Inspector now a Superintendent, Mark Owen, who is responsible for North Wales Police Special Constables and head of missing persons’ co-ordinator, Nia & Mark Owen are close friends with Superintendent 1443 Rob Kirman, please read the link below to Mark Owen & Rob Kirman.

Mark Owen’s New Job

Rob Kirman’s Biker Road Safety Campaign

I am absolutely amazed, after an investigation was completed in to the incident, the outcome for PC Nia Owen was NFA, which means No Further Action taken.

If any members of the public are caught speeding on the A55, doing up to 90mph and you get a fixed penalty notice or you get stopped for defective tyres, refuse to take the ticket and inform the officer about this case, about how a precedent has now been set, if the officer insists you take the ticket, do so politely and take it to Police Headquarters, present the ticket to either Mark Owen or Rob Kirman and ask them can they get it excused, in the same manner that they had PC Nia Owen’s, because at the end of the day, what’s good for the goose is good for the gander!

Nia Owen Profile Pic

Nia Owen’s profile picture 9th October 2015

I have told you before readers, whatever is published on this blog is true and factual, I am able to get information before the press get it, especially in cases like this, cases that North Wales Police brush under the carpet in an attempt to prevent the public hearing or reading about it.

Any of you readers of the blog, please write into the Mob under the Freedom of Information Act and request information about this shocking cover up.

I think our local MP Guto Bebb needs to be made aware of this as well as the Prime Minister David Cameron.

This behaviour is completely unacceptable and I will update you as there is more to come about this case.

Finally, I would like to bring to your attention Superintendent Sacha Hatchett, the 2 male officers that killed the dog on the A55, the dog was actually killed at Aber along an unlit section of road, not between Llanfairfechan and Conwy, you were 8 miles out in your assessment and I do believe you are about to release the transcripts of what was said in the police car taken from the in car video, be warned the language is foul.

Remember readers, Superintendent Hatchett never told us about the video in her speech that was released on social media, I personally think the 2 male officers won’t be prosecuted, how can they, especially if you say they were doing their job and the incident with PC Nia Owen just gets brushed under the carpet resulting in no prosecution at all.

I can now confirm that PC Craig Mcloed & Anja Mason were not driving the vehicle that killed the dog on the A55.

Please, if you leave a comment, no bad language, I know many of you are passionate animal lovers and like me, just ordinary members of the public.

Good luck to Ched Evans, the 3 high court judges are now considering his appeal and will give their answer early April.


Michael Creamer brings A55 To A Standstill Today!

I was travelling along the A55 today from Conwy to Liverpool, when I hit Halkyn, I could see in the distance 2 horse boxes on the A55 travelling eastbound (time approx. 1:30).

Vehicles and wagons were travelling at speed and going around the horse boxes, as I was travelling towards it, I had no time to think of the situation, as within seconds I was getting closer towards the horse box, I immediately turned my hazards on, drove in the middle of the 2 lanes, where I used a rolling road block, which is a method of temporary control.

The rolling road block closed both lanes of traffic on the A55 by using vehicles to create a gap so that constructive activities could be performed ie; move 2 horses to a place of safety. As I drove to the horse boxes, I spoke out of the window to one of the 2 males who had an Irish accent, because the traffic had now stopped, the horse that was on the floor injured, I could see it had cuts to its leg, the man managed to get the horse up, I shouted to him that ‘I will keep the traffic back, take the injured horse down the A55 as quickly as possible to the next junction’, which was approx. ¼ a mile away, which he did and the other male followed him with the other horse.

Once I could see they were at a place of safety, I started the traffic moving again and drove away slowly, until the traffic had built its speed back up, I saw 2 males with the 2 horses (the 2 horses looked beautiful, I believe they were either show horses or racehorses) at the junction and they waved to me and shouted thanks, because of the situation and it all happened so fast, I didn’t have chance to speak to the 2 males, so anybody travelling around Halkyn today at about 1:30 eastbound and joined a queue for a short time, my apologies but it was paramount that those horses and the men got to a place of safety and nobody was injured.

When I arrived at Liverpool I contacted 101 and explained the situation, the lady told me that I had come through to Merseyside Police and to stay on the line whilst she transferred me to North Wales Police, I was put through to the control room, explained the situation to another lady, she took my details, said it was recorded and said if we need to speak to you, we can check your reference, which comes under the time you’re speaking to me, the time 14.58 & the date 16/03/2016, Jane the 101 lady told me that they could view the CCTV as the A55 has cameras all the way along.

As I said I didn’t have much time to think, Anita was with me and another female, Anita videoed some of the incident on her mobile, there wasn’t much filmed but you can see what happened.

Halkyn A55

Previous posts regarding Superintendent Sacha Hatchett, where The Mob killed a dog, that post is self-explanatory, I’m not a trained police officer, I had no blue flashing lights on my car and I wasn’t travelling to an incident, where you knew what was ahead of you, I had no time to think but common sense prevailed.


The Mob Recruit Criminals!

As this blog is very popular and goes out all over the world, I thought I’d show our readers how The Mob in North Wales behave or should that be misbehave.

We all heard how Superintendent Sacha Hatchett came out trying to defend her colleagues for killing the dog on the A55 and her wonderful speech, which was very vague, what she didn’t mention was PC Craig Macloed & PC Anja Mason, regarding their cruelty to animals and despite having a criminal record they both remain on traffic duties.

If any motorists get stopped by these two officers, please don’t wind them up, because God only knows what they would do to a speeding motorist.

Superintendent Sacha Hatchett also forgot to tell us about the list of her colleagues with criminal records that are serving Police Officers, you can read the full story below, be warned the video is distressing.

Please if you leave a comment, no bad language, I understand it’s frustrating.

What is amazing is that The Mob went to the White Rose centre in Rhyl and put pictures of people’s faces, for all to see who had been convicted of drug offences and every month in the local paper and on the police website, they advertise Criminals of the Month, how convenient, they don’t put any of The Mob on there!

When I took The Mob to court in 2013, one of the officer’s PC 2154 Andy Gill, a main witness for The Mob was unable to attend court, as he had been sacked from the force following a finding of gross misconduct after he admitted he had breached the Data Protection Act 1998, by inappropriately accessing Police Computer Systems, he was convicted of obtaining and disclosing personal data x 5 and sentenced on the 29th April 2010 to fines of £250 per offence totaling £1,250 together with a contribution towards the prosecution costs of £1,200.

You will read this story later on, Creamer Vs The Chief Constable of North Wales Police, Llangefni County Court.

I can tell you, this is a good story.

Good luck to Ched Evans, his appeal is imminent.


Should The Mob Have Given The Dog A Bone?

My blog, as you are aware is all to do with the way The Mob have dealt with me over the years and we are currently on The Witch Hunt Part 21, I will return to the Witch-hunt after this post.

I would like to see people’s comments on the way The Mob have dealt with the issue of killing the dog on the A55 last week. My own opinion was that it was despicable and barbaric the way in which they handled the situation.

I will start with Sacha Hatchett’s short speech that she put on social media, she was very vague in her speech, so I am going to try and help her find the answers to the questions, as Superintendent Hatchett doesn’t seem to be very familiar with this area.

It was suggested that the dog was killed between Llanfairfechan and Conwy Tunnel. Superintendent Hatchett, could you please be a bit more specific as to where the dog was killed? Was it in Llanfairfechan, Penmaenan, Penmaenmawr, Dwygyfylchi, Penmaen-bach, Conwy Morfa or just before the entrance Conwy Tunnel, because from Llanfairfechan to Conwy Tunnel is 7 miles long?

You say the time was around 3 o’clock in the morning, I can tell you from experience of driving on the A55 at that time of the morning the roads are quiet and you Superintendent Hatchett, have the benefit of CCTV cameras all along the A55, so you will be able to view them and give all of the concerned members of public an accurate account of how many vehicles were on the road. Secondly, all police traffic vehicles are fitted with cameras and finally Superintendent, our police officers are fitted with body-cam, so you would have seen the whole situation, as I have already stated, why are you being so vague?

Please don’t tell us the CCTV cameras were not looking at the incident, the vehicle wasn’t fitted with cameras and that the police officers didn’t have their body-cams on them. I would like to bring something to your attention, you said in your speech, wagons were doing 70mph, there are parts of the A55 you can only do 50mph on, from just after the Little Chef in Dwygyfylchi coming around Penmaenbach there are speed signs up saying 30mph, when the 30mph speed limit finishes at Conwy Morfa a 40mph limit starts going into Conwy Tunnel, you also said that HGV’s had to swerve to avoid the dog, that would be shown on the CCTV.

You can see pictures I’ve taken for you showing the speed signs.




I would like to invite you to immediately send members of The Mob, tomorrow morning and every other morning at 3 o’clock onto the A55, because if those HGV’s and other motorists are travelling at 70mph, they would be committing road traffic offences in accordance with section 1 of the Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988.

Could you please confirm in another statement, were your officers wearing fluorescent jackets? Because if they were, they would have been easily visible to motorists and if they were not, they may need reporting to Health & Safety and also did the police vehicles have their blue lights flashing?

I am surprised a rolling road block was not used, this is a method of temporary traffic control that is used to slow or stop traffic as a means of temporarily removing traffic from a roadway. The rolling road block closes all lanes of traffic, by using vehicles to create a gap, so that constructive activities can be performed (ie; catch a dog). To the left hand side of the A55 coming from Llanfairfechan, you have a cycle path from Conwy to Llanfairfechan and alongside the cycle path you have a beautiful beach, the dog could have easily been guided along the cycle path to a place of safety and on the right hand of the A55 from Conwy to Llanfairfechan, there are fields and mountains.


I believe North Wales Police did absolutely nothing to bring the dog to safety.

I also believe the officer that killed the dog and the boss who ordered the command to kill it from the control room, they should immediately be suspended while a full investigation is carried out by PSD (Professional Standards Department) and if the public are not happy with PSD’s decision, the public could sign a petition and get it referred to the IPCC and if that outcome is not satisfactory to the public, then a committee could be formed and civil proceedings could be taken against the officers. From my previous dealings with PSD, I have no faith in them as it’s the Police investigating the police. Members of the public, should ask under the Freedom of Information Act, for full disclosure of all documentation regarding this case.

Part of our enquiries at the moment tell us the officer Craig Neil Macloed and officer Anja Mason, both from Prestatyn, who were both convicted of cruelty to dogs, banned for 5 years from looking after animals, there was over 240 hours of distressing footage of their cruelty towards their dogs, they were given community work and hefty fines. I am told they are now back in full time employment with North Wales Police on Traffic duties, Superintendent Hatchett, could you please confirm in a statement, that neither of these 2 were the driver of the vehicle that killed the dog on the A55?

Now that The Mob know who the owner of the dog is, the owner should be prosecuted for not keeping the dog under proper control. Karen Dixon CPS lawyer, should be able to advise The Mob of the right charge. I got fined 35pence for the same offence, read my earlier post. I also believe the officer who killed the dog, should be charged with criminal damage, because the law states a dog is an object, Karen Dixon will be able to advise on that.

Finally, Superintendent Sacha Hatchett, whether it’s you or someone higher than you, somebody is being economical with the truth over the incident.

I would like to know what H.M. the Queen would think about North Wales Police killing the dog?

Your comments will be appreciated.