Zetland FM Local News - 31st January 2018
Police are investigating after family's pet dog died following an attack by three other dogs in Redcar;
A woman from Loftus is facing jail for breaking into her mother’s home and stealing from it after setting fire to a safe;
...and a local rescue organisation is taking part in a national day to highlight mental health issues.
Police are investigating after family's pet dog died following an attack by three other dogs in Redcar.
The chocolate Labrador was being walked on its lead on Greystoke Road in Redcar when it was subjected to a vicious by three other dogs.
Following the attack the dog was taken to the vets but its injuries were so severe that it had to be put to sleep.
Cleveland Police have confirmed they are investigating the incident.
Any witnesses or anyone with information is asked to call the non-emergency number 101.
A woman from Loftus is facing jail for breaking into her mother’s home and stealing from it after setting fire to a safe.
30 year old Jenna Partlett appeared at Teesside Crown Court on Monday, where she pleaded guilty to charges of arson and burglary on December 23rd.
She will return to learn her fate in March after a psychiatric report and pre-sentence report are prepared for the judge.
Granting conditional bail to the mother-of-three, Partlett was told by the judge that all sentencing options, including custody, remain open.
Partlett, who stole a phone, cash and alcohol in the burglary, will be sentenced on March 12.
A local rescue organisation is taking part in a national day to highlight mental health issues.
Tomorrow is national “Time to Talk” day organized by charities who are involved with mental health issues, particularly the charity Time to Change.
Members of Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team, Cleveland Police and North East Ambulance Service will be spending Thursday lunchtime between midday and 2.30pm at Middlesbrough College engaging with the college students about how they can look after their mental health and that of their friends and colleagues.
This is the first time that the volunteers from the mountain rescue team have been involved in this sort of activity and has come about following our involvement in the Blue Light Charity that highlights the mental health issues of those involved in emergency work.
Information about the event nationally can be found on www.time-to-change.org.uk