Zetland FM Local News - 11th April 2023
A man has appeared in court charged with murdering a man on Good Friday;
Police are appealing for witnesses and footage after an incident of dangerous driving in Marske;
...and plans for a cafe restaurant, offices and artisan workshops at a farm near Guisborough have been approved.
A man has appeared in court charged with murdering a man on Good Friday.
37-year-old David Thompson-Love appeared at Teesside Magistrates' Court in Middlesbrough yesterday following the death of a 54-year-old man.
Emergency services were called to an address at Oakrise in Ormesby on the Friday evening.
Dressed in a grey t-shirt, and accompanied by a court officer in the dock, Mr Thompson-Love spoke only in court to confirm his name, address and date of birth.
Mr Thompson-Love, of Oakrise in Ormesby, was told due that to the severity of the alleged offence, the case will be heard at Teesside Crown Court.
A hearing is scheduled for tomorrow at 10am.
Police are appealing for witnesses and footage after an incident of dangerous driving in Marske.
The incident happened around 4:30pm on Sunday on St Germains Lane, when a bright green high-powered motorbike was ridden at a Police Community Support Officer who had directed the motorcyclist to stop, following a complaint of antisocial driving.
The rider then made off from the scene.
Fortunately, the PCSO was not injured.
A 44-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving, disqualified driving, no insurance and going equipped.
He has been bailed whilst enquiries continue.
Plans for a cafe restaurant, offices and artisan workshops at a farm near Guisborough have been approved.
The applicant says that the development at Waterfall Farm Stables, will breathe new life into dilapidated buildings at the site and create jobs for the area.
Permission was granted in 2015 to convert the old livery and kennels into a hotel, holiday lets, a cafe and function suites.
But owners the Chaloner family say the plan is no longer financially viable, given the impact of covid and the current world economic situation on the hotel industry.
The family runs Gisborough Estates including Gisborough Hall.