Zetland FM Local News - 18th August 2020
Police are appealing for witnesses after four people were injured during an incident which happened in Saltburn on Sunday evening;
Two men have appeared in court following two incidents in Grangetown;
...and Cleveland Fire Brigade is appealing to the public for support after violent attacks on firefighters left one fire engine damaged.
Police are appealing for witnesses after four people were injured during an incident which happened in Saltburn on Sunday evening.
At around five to midnight officers were called to a disturbance in an alleyway between Glenside and Albion Terrace, during which four people had suffered injuries.
Two men in their twenties were taken to James Cook University Hospital with wounds which are believed to have been caused by a knife. The injuries are not believed to be life threatening and both remain in hospital whilst receiving treatment.
A man suffered facial injuries and a woman suffered an injury to her arm. Both were taken to hospital for treatment and they have now been released.
A man and a woman aged in their twenties have been arrested in connection with the incident and they remain in police custody at this time.
Anyone who may have witnessed the incident or anyone who may have CCTV footage which could assist the officers with their investigation is asked to contact Redcar & Cleveland CID on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Two men have appeared in court following two incidents in Grangetown.
In the first incident a disturbance was reported on the field behind the Grangetown United club house on Derwentwater Road at around 7pm.
As a result, a man was left with facial injuries after a reported assault on nearby Grisedale.
Just over an hour later, at around 8.15pm, two men reportedly attended an address on the same street with firearms.
Two men appeared at Teesside Magistrates' Court on Saturday in connection with the incidents.
Anyone who may have information or anyone with footage of either of the alleged incidents are asked to contact police on the non-emergency number 101.
Cleveland Fire Brigade is appealing to the public for support after violent attacks on firefighters left one fire engine damaged.
Firefighters were called to attend a wheelie bin fire on Cass House Road in Hemlington in the early hours of yesterday.
On arrival around thirty youths were found setting fire to wheelie bins and wood.
They became violent and gave crews verbal abuse and threw missiles, damaging one fire engine.
Police are now investigating the incident and are carrying out enquiries to try to trace who is responsible.