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247 more coronavirus cases have been recorded on Teesside;

Police are investigating an early hours incident in east Cleveland which left a woman with head injuries;

...and a stark warning has been issued to unruly youths and their parents in the Micklow Close area of Redcar after a spate of fires and damage.

 

247 more coronavirus cases have been recorded on Teesside.

Figures released by Public Health England, show that there have been dozens of positive cases in all four local authority areas.

The highest number of cases has again been recorded in Stockton, where 83 people contracted Covid-19.

52 cases were recorded in Middlesbrough and 47 in Redcar and Cleveland.

 

Police are investigating an early hours incident in east Cleveland which left a woman with head injuries.

An alleyway was taped off in the Egglestone Court and Rievaulx Road area of Skelton on Wednesday morning following an emergency service response to the area at 1.30am.

Cleveland Police said they were called to reports of a dispute at an address where a woman with head injuries was taken to hospital.

A 32 year old man has been arrested in connection with the incident and was taken into custody.

 

A stark warning has been issued to unruly youths and their parents in the Micklow Close area of Redcar after a spate of fires and damage.

Cleveland Police, Cleveland Fire Brigade and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council have joined together to take action after wheelie bins were set ablaze, several fires were started on a nearby field, and fireworks were thrown at fire officers who attended the scene on Tuesday night.

Police were called to reports that wheelie bins had been set on fire at around 7pm near to Micklow Close and Cleveland Fire Brigade attended the scene.

Neighbourhood police officers have pledged to find those responsible. People in the local community are being urged to come forward with any intelligence or information on those involved, or report anonymously through Crimestoppers.


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