Some history on Suckley in the county of Worcestershire
"On Wednesday, before J. W. Lea, Esq., George Price, labourer, of Ombersley, lately employed on the Bromyard Railway, was brought
up in custody [on remand from the previous Saturday], charged with stealing, on the 14th ult., a peck of apples, from an orchard at Suckley, the property of Mrs.
Ann Roper. Two men were convicted of the same offence, on the 16th ult., but prisoner absconded, and a warrant was obtained for his apprehension. Mr. Tree appeared
for the defence, but the case was clearly proved by Samuel Thomas and P.C. Oliver, of Suckley; and prisoner, who pleaded not guilty, was fined £1. 17s. 6d.
including costs, or, in default, one month's imprisonment with hard labour."
Worcestershire Chronicle : November 8th 1871 Page 3
"Samuel Tetsall, labourer, Bromyard, was charged with being drunk and disorderly at Suckley on September 24th and with assaulting
the police. Defendant pleaded guilty to both offences. P.C. Jenkins stated that when he arrested defendant on the first charge he struck witness in mouth. Defendant
was sent to prison for 14 days for the assault, and for seven days on the other charge."
"Assaulting The Police"
Worcestershire Chronicle : October 12th 1895 Page 7