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More then 140 further coronavirus cases have been recorded across Teesside in the past 24 hours;

Police have issued a warning after hundreds of people converged on one of Teesside's most popular sledging locations;

...and Police have arrested a man in connection with drugs offences after cannabis was seized at an address in Hemlington yesterday. 

 

More then 140 further coronavirus cases have been recorded across Teesside in the past 24 hours.

Updated Public Health figures, released yesterday, showed that 146 covid-19 cases have been recorded.

The highest daily increase in cases was in Stockton where there were 61, followed by Middlesbrough with 44.

Here in Redcar and Cleveland there were a further 30.

 

Police have issued a warning after hundreds of people converged on one of Teesside's most popular sledging locations.

Cleveland Police have now urged the public to stay away from the Flatts Lane Country Park, near Normanby, after it became crowded with people yesterday.

The force said it had received reports of hundreds of people at the park at around 4.30pm yesterday, and there were later reports of a number of people fighting.

Police say that more than 30 vehicles were parked on the road and causing an obstruction near to the Country Park.

They have reminded the public that people are asked to only make essential journeys during the current lockdown.

 

Police have arrested a man in connection with drugs offences after cannabis was seized at an address in Hemlington yesterday. 

The cannabis was seized from a property on Ellis Gardens after officers from the neighbourhood team and response attended.

The drugs are believed to have been imported from overseas. 

A 22-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of drugs offences, whilst a 22-year-old woman was interviewed voluntarily in connection with possession with intent to supply class B drugs.

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


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