OVER 50 incidents were reported to police in Wrexham on Tuesday (August 2), including reported fights at a wedding.

Inspector Luke Hughes has recently been providing daily updates of what North Wales Police officers deal with on a daily basis in Wrexham.

In the latest update, Inspector Hughes has talked about people making off without paying for fuel and fights breaking out at a wedding. 

Another busy day for officers then!

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The day got off to a strange start when, at 8.50am, officers received a call from a member of the public advising that his friend would be 'walking around in a chicken costume'.

At 9.57am, a report came in of two vehicles deliberately not paying for fuel at a town centre petrol station.

Later on in the evening, at 7.22pm the first report regarding a local hotel came in, reporting that a number of people had travelled into the area for a wedding and that there was the potential for issues as a result. 

Officers attended and confirmed that a large wedding reception was taking place with around 200 people present.

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PIC: It was another busy day for Wrexham police officers on Tuesday, August 2.

At 11.12pm, officers are called back to what became 'serious disorder' at the aforementioned hotel where the wedding was taking place. 

Inspector Hughes said: "As stated, a significant number, circa 200 had travelled into the area to attend a wedding, sadly they did not conduct themselves well. 

"Emotions run high and boil over, officers attend and deal with sporadic fighting over a period of two hours, it necessitates officers from outside the area travelling in to deal with and resolve issues.

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"I find it embarrassing that people behave like this, that they can’t conduct themselves appropriately and waste officers time dealing with this nonsense on a random Tuesday evening.

"Two female officers received superficial injuries as a result – totally disgraceful behaviour. No arrests have been made yet but I can assure those in attendance that we are reviewing body worn video and CCTV, I suspect we will be in touch."