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A local teenager who was carrying a knife and who swore at and kicked a police officer has been sentenced, after admitting the offences.

Redcar Neighbourhood Officers have seized two vehicles which were involved in motoring offences in our area.

...and Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen has submitted the latest planning application for the redevelopment of the Teesworks site, work that will start in October and could create 25 highly skilled local jobs for local workers.

 

A local teenager who was carrying a knife and who swore at and kicked a police officer has been sentenced, after admitting the offences.

The 16-year-old boy from Skelton, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, had been part of a gang abusing the emergency services as they tried to treat a man with a broken leg.

Teesside Youth Court heard yesterday how paramedics and fire crews had been at the scene near Saltburn Viaduct on June 8 this year when the group began causing bother.

A police officer attended and was verbally abused and kicked on the shin.

The teenager pleaded guilty to three charges, using threatening or abusive words, possessing a blade in a public place and assault by beating of an emergency worker.

He was sentenced to a four month referral order and told to pay £50 in compensation to the assaulted officer.

 

Redcar Neighbourhood Officers have seized two vehicles which were involved in motoring offences in our area.

Officers from the Redcar Neighbourhood Policing Team seized an Audi A3 vehicle on Troutbeck Road in Redcar yesterday, whilst officers from the Coulby Newham Neighbourhood Policing team seized a Nissan X Trail vehicle on Coulby Farm Way in Middlesbrough last night.

The drivers of both vehicles were reported for having no insurance.

If you have information about criminal activity in your area you should contact police on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen has submitted the latest planning application for the redevelopment of the Teesworks site, work that will start in October and could create 25 highly skilled local jobs for local workers.

The £5million contract will see a 50-acre site around the former Metal Recovery Area in South Bank prepared for development.

The work will be carried out by Darlington-based Hall Construction and will involve major earthworks, ground engineering and remediation in order to create a large development platform for major manufacturing uses.

In total, half a million tonnes of materials will be excavated and reprocessed.


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