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A Saltburn man has admitted violently pushing a female officer during a recent protest in central London;

A Middlesbrough man is due to appear at crown court over the death of a motorcyclist in a crash on the A171;

...and the volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team have once again been called into action in our area.

 

A Saltburn man has admitted violently pushing a female officer during a recent protest in central London.

31-year-old Jamie Dewing of Valley View in Saltburn appeared at Teesside Magistrates’ Court last Thursday.

He admitted one count of assaulting an emergency service worker and one count of violent disorder.

As part of the post-incident investigation, Mr Dewing was identified by an officer from Cleveland Police after his image was released to the media.

Mr Dewing was remanded in custody ahead of sentencing at Southwark Crown Court, at a later date.

 

A Middlesbrough man is due to appear at crown court over the death of a motorcyclist in a crash on the A171.

49 year old Terence Adamson, from South Bank, died hospital in April last year, two days after a road accident on the A171 near Fylingdales.

Police, fire and ambulance services attended the incident, which involved a white Volkswagen Golf, a Suzuki SV650 motorcycle ridden by Mr Adamson and a grey Iveco horsebox van.

Police said the VW Golf and Suzuki motorbike were both travelling south along the A171, while the Iveco horsebox was travelling north, when the collision happened.

25 year old Joshua Langthorn, of Kader Avenue, Acklam, is due to appear at York Crown Court later this month, charged with causing the death of Mr Adamson by driving a vehicle on the A171 without due care and attention.

 

The volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team have once again been called into action in our area.

The team were contacted by the North East Ambulance Service at five to seven yesterday evening with a request to assist them on Eston Hills, where a young girl had fallen down an embankment and sustained some cuts.

Team members including the two Team doctors made their way to the casualty together with the ambulance crew.

After a period of time she was able to walk to the ambulance and was then taken to hospital for further treatment.


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