A court has heard how a Middlesbrough man had suffered a broken back, a broken upper jaw and 15 fractured ribs before being buried in a shallow grave;

A dispersal order has come into force in Central Redcar;

...and residents in our area are invited to a ceremony to mark National Holocaust Memorial Day.

 

A court has heard how a Middlesbrough man had suffered a broken back, a broken upper jaw and 15 fractured ribs before being buried in a shallow grave.

39-year-old Tomasz Dembler also suffered injuries including cuts to his lips and mouth, severe bruising to his head, and all over his back and chest.

A post mortem found that it is likely he had been repeatedly kicked and stamped on and that the injuries to his neck may have been caused by pressure from his attacker's arm.

Yesterday, Teesside Crown Court heard that a Home Office pathologist's report found that Tomasz Dembler's injuries would likely have impaired the use of his lower body.

Five people are currently standing trial at Teesside Crown Court after denying the murder of Mr Dembler.

 

A dispersal order has come into force in Central Redcar.

The dispersal order was authorised as a result of recent incidents of antisocial behaviour in the central Redcar area.

This means that for anyone involved in antisocial behaviour in the designated area, or who police believe will become involved in such behaviour, can be directed to leave immediately.

If the person does not leave immediately or returns within the specified period, then they can be arrested.

The area covered is bounded by West Terrace, West Dyke Road, Thrush Road, Redcar Lane, Lord Street, Granville Terrace, The Esplanade (including the beach) and West Terrace.

The order runs until 3pm tomorrow and officers say that they will be patrolling the area taking positive action.

 

Residents in our area are invited to a ceremony to mark National Holocaust Memorial Day.

The ceremony will take place this Thursday at 10am in Redcar's Garden of Remembrance.

Tributes will be paid to those who died in the Holocaust and in the genocides of Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur.

Civic officials and representatives of the British Legion will also be present at the ceremony.


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