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It has been revealsed that James Cook University Hospital is opening a second covid-19 ICU to deal with an influx of patients;

Officers are appealing for information after a report of an indecent exposure in Guisborough;

...and Police have arrested two men on suspicion of drugs offences after they found them reportedly moving cannabis farming equipment into a property in North Ormesby.

 

It has been revealsed that James Cook University Hospital is opening a second covid-19 ICU to deal with an influx of patients.

Posting this week in his online blog, intensive care consultant Dr Richard Cree, said that there are currently 64 cases of the virus across the South Tees Hospitals Trust.

He also confirmed that as of this Monday there are 10 covid patients in James Cook Critical Care, with three on ventilators.

He said that the decision may have a knock-on effect on non-covid work at the hospital.

 

Officers are appealing for information after a report of an indecent exposure in Guisborough.

The incident occurred at around 6:30pm on Saturday 17th October in the wooded area adjacent to the King George V playing field, between Howlbeck Road and Lime Road.

A man aged 52 has been arrested in connection with the incident and released under investigation pending further enquiries.

Anyone who may have information regarding the incident is asked to contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Police have arrested two men on suspicion of drugs offences after they found them reportedly moving cannabis farming equipment into a property in North Ormesby.

Officers came across two men moving items from a van into an address on Beaumont Road.

The officers quickly ascertained that the items were equipment for suspected cannabis farming and that the address was being prepared for a future farm.

Two males, aged 28 and 30, were arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of cannabis and abstracting electricity.

Northern Power Grid attended the property to make the electrics safe and the all of the items have now been emptied from the address.


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