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A man accused of the murder of teenager Sonny Stephenson is expected to appear in court later today;

Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team were called into action yesterday to help a man who had been hurt falling off his mountain bike;

...and police have asked parents in an East Cleveland village to check where there children are on an evening, following reports of anti-social behaviour.

 

A man accused of the murder of teenager Sonny Stephenson is expected to appear in court later today.

34 year old Matthew Buckworth last appeared at Teesside Crown Court via video link from Durham Prison in November.

He has so far not entered a plea to the charge of murder, however he is expected to enter a plea to the alleged offence during the court appearance later today.

Sonny, who was 17, died on August 27th this year, after an incident involving a motorcyclist on Bolckow Street in Guisborough. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

A trial is not due to be held until May next year.

 

Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team were called into action yesterday to help a man who had been hurt falling off his mountain bike.

The drama began just after 3pm on an icy forest track on the moors above Great Ayton.

A 71 year old gentleman lost control of his bike and fell heavily, injuring his leg. 

Members of the Team reached the incident site in one of their Landrover ambulances and, assisted by a paramedic from Yorkshire Ambulance Service made the injured man comfortable before transporting him about a mile along the forestry track to the waiting ambulance.  

20 team members responded to the callout that lasted just over 90 minutes.

 

Police have asked parents in an East Cleveland village to check where there children are on an evening, following reports of anti-social behaviour.

In a post on their Facebook page, officers from Guisborough Neighbourhood Policing Team say that recent reports of anti social behaviour have been logged on a daily basis around Skelton Industrial Estate, including ASDA, and the new B&M and McDonalds stores.

Staff are being verbally abused by children outside and inside McDonalds on an evening.

Now the police are asking parents to check where their children are on an evening in order to put a stop to these incidents, and make it a happy area to shop and eat.


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