BBC Sport takes a look at five of the things you may have missed from Saturday's Football League action.
Two goals each from Nicky Ajose and Michael Doughty help Swindon ease to victory over Colchester United in League One.
Louis Almond's goal helps Southport earn a draw against play-off chasing Braintree in the National League.
Scunthorpe make it three straight wins as they edge past in-form Southend to the Shrimpers' winning run in League One.
A woman dies after a crash involving a lorry and bicycle in a north east Kent village.
A police officer whose shopping was stolen when he left it to chase a shoplifter has become the butt of his colleagues' hamster-related jokes.
A man who fled the country following the death of a university graduate is found guilty of manslaughter.
Braintree sign winger Joe Gardner after his Concord Rangers deal was terminated, according to the National League South club.
New Essex assistant coach Anthony McGrath says it was "strange" to end his long association with Yorkshire.
Essex appoint former Yorkshire and England all-rounder Anthony McGrath as the club's assistant head coach.
A third man is charged with the murder of a 67-year-old man at his flat.
A man who was shot during a burglary at his mansion faces the "very real prospect" his leg may have to be amputated.
A lorry driver is arrested after a crash which closed the M25 clockwise carriageway at Dartford, causing tailbacks and disruption.
Colchester manager Kevin Keen says the job has "probably" been more of a challenge than he anticipated.
Charges are dropped against a senior firefighter accused of indecent assaults more than 25 years ago.
Essex sign Pakistan international fast bowler Wahab Riaz for seven T20 Blast matches in the forthcoming season.
A violin made by a German soldier at an Essex prisoner of war camp during World War Two is restored.
Essex all-rounder Tom Westley signs a two-year contract extension, and also been named the new vice-captain.
"Beast of Broomfield" found and confined to quarters