Zetland FM Local News - 24th July 2020
Two people were wounded after a slash attack with a Stanley knife in Dormanstown;
An inquest has been opened into the death of a Teesside business woman whose body was found on a beach in East Yorkshire;
...and a large amount of suspected class A drugs have been recovered during a police raid in Middlesbrough.
Two people were wounded after a slash attack with a Stanley knife in Dormanstown.
One man suffered a severe slash to the face and a woman was left with a wound to her wrist.
The incident happened on Monday and a pair have now been charged over the attack.
Duncan Evans, 45, of Kirkleatham Lane, Redcar, is charged with: two counts of section 18 wounding with intent, criminal damage and two counts of possession of an offensive weapon in a public place.
Antiona Cheetham, 47, also of Kirkleatham Lane, Redcar is charged with assault by beating.
The pair are due to appear in court on Thursday.
No further details about the location or exact time of the attack have been released at this time.
An inquest has been opened into the death of a Teesside business woman whose body was found on a beach in East Yorkshire.
39-year-old Alison Danks, also known as Alison Bishop, disappeared from her home in Marske on Friday 22nd May.
She was last picked up on CCTV turning onto the high street in Marske and heading towards the sea front at 12.15am on Saturday, May 23.
Alison's was found body on a beach at Grimston in East Yorkshire on June 15.
Assistant Coroner for Teesside and Hartlepool, Jo Wharton, opened Ms Danks' inquest at a hearing at Teesside Coroner's Court on Wednesday.
The inquest was adjourned for further enquiries to be carried out.
A large amount of suspected class A drugs have been recovered during a police raid in Middlesbrough.
The drugs warrant was carried out on Kildare Street today and a 29-year-old woman and two men aged 27 and 36 arrested in connection with drugs offences and were taken into police custody.
The drugs, including suspected cocaine, have been seized.
Anyone with information regarding drugs activity in their local area is asked to contact Cleveland Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.