Magistrates heard he was detained after behaving aggressively in a Lynn supermarket.
Five deaths have been reported so far this week, though overall infection rates still appear to be falling.
There are vacancies at several rural fire stations.
Council supporting businesses with advice and guidance on ways to manage the risk from coronavirus and operate safely.
Venue has seen a real influx in web traffic and summer bookings for the various accommodation on site.
But dozens of people have urged councillors to back the proposal when they debate it tomorrow.
Police were responding to reports of a domestic incident when the drugs were discovered, magistrates heard.
Food delivery giants Deliveroo launch in Lynn today, placing the town firmly on the food delivery map following the arrival of UberEats last year.
Some rules will be relaxed next week, but the 'Stay At Home' message will remain in place.
Police say they want to hear from dog walkers and horse riders who may have been in the area at the time of the attack.
Lynn's MP has urged former Deputy Prime Minister Sir Nick Clegg to protect children amid criticism after the sentencing of a town sex offender.
Witnesses are being urged to come forward in connection with the incident.
The impact of Covid has forced a postponement of completion of much-needed facility.
Officials say rebuilding will enable health services to be concentrated on the site.
More than 2,500 votes were cast in the search for a name, officials say.
Dozens of schemes are expected to be allocated funding next week.
Work at King's Cross will affect the services.
The installation of seven more electric car charging points has set West Norfolk well above average for the county, confirms West Norfolk Council.
Norfolk County Council have assured residents £8.9million is due to be spent on pavement and footpath maintenance across the county in 2020/21.
A councillor was removed from a debate following an altercation at a committee session, a meeting heard.
Councillors heard a gateway to the town is being 'destroyed' by the current work.
It was different this year, but West Norfolk's youngsters didn't let lockdown stop the fun as they dressed up as their favourite characters.
A phased return of services begins on Monday.
A public consultation on the controversial scheme ends later today.
Storytellers from all over the world will read to the schoolchildren today.