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A man from our area who pushed a female police officer backwards down stairs at a lockdown protest in London has been jailed.

Police are appealing for information after a motorcycle collided with a stationary car on Broadwell Road in Middlesbrough.

...and the volunteer crew of the RNLI lifeboat in Redcar were called into action in our area on Monday to assist a family pet.

 

A man from our area who pushed a female police officer backwards down stairs at a lockdown protest in London has been jailed.

31-year-old Jamie Dewing left the officer needing physiotherapy for back and neck pain.

Mr Dewing was also involved in a separate incident where a metal fence was hurled at police.

Teesside Crown Court heard how Dewing had travelled down to the capital on June 13th as part of a right-wing activist group, who said they aimed to protect historical statues.

Mr Dewing said that he never intended to cause the harm he did but that he accepted responsibility for his actions.

He was jailed for a total of two years.

 

Police are appealing for information after a motorcycle collided with a stationary car on Broadwell Road in Middlesbrough.

The collision occurred on Monday at ten past eight in the evening on Broadwell Road in Middlesbrough.

The 17 year old female ride of the motorcycle was treated in hospital for injuries to her abdomen.

Officers are appealing for anyone who may have seen the motorcycle prior to the collision or anyone with dash cam or private CCTV footage in the area of the incident to contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.

 

The volunteer crew of the RNLI lifeboat in Redcar were called into action in our area on Monday to assist a family pet.

Just before 8pm on Monday a dog owner raised the alarm when their pet swam away from beach at Redcar.

One of the Redcar lifeboats was launched to assist.

However on arrival the dog had been rescued by others and the lifeboat was able to return to the station.


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