A man has been arrested after he allegedly scaled the roof of a house in our area in the early hours of yesterday morning;

A woman has been arrested after police carried out drugs warrants in our area;

...and Police are appealing for witnesses and footage after an incident involving a group of males in Whinney Banks, Middlesbrough.

 

A man has been arrested after he allegedly scaled the roof of a house in our area in the early hours of yesterday morning.

Emergency services were called to Muriel Street in Redcar shortly after 5am yesterday, following reports that a man had climbed onto the roof of a property in the West Dyke area.

Officers remained at the scene until 11am, at which point a 30-year-old man was arrested.

He was taken into police custody.

 

A woman has been arrested after police carried out drugs warrants in our area.

Officers from Guisborough and Eston Neighbourhood Policing Teams along with detectives from the Complex Exploitation Team executed two drug warrants on Cleveland Street in Guisborough yesterday.

A quantity of Class A drugs, Class C drugs, a firearm, ammunition, bladed weapons and suspected stolen property were recovered from both addresses.

A 50-year-old woman has since been arrested on suspicion of handling stolen goods and being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs.

She remains in police custody.

Officers are currently working to identify the owners of the suspected stolen items. 

 

Police are appealing for witnesses and footage after an incident involving a group of males in Whinney Banks, Middlesbrough.

Officers received a report of six males armed with a bladed weapon who had chased a male in the Whinney Banks area and assaulted him around 5:15pm on Monday, leaving the 23-year-old man with an injury to his head which required hospital treatment.

He has now been discharged from hospital.

The males made off from the scene and enquiries are ongoing to trace those responsible.

Officers are appealing for information from anyone who saw the incident or anyone who may have CCTV or dash cam footage from the area which may assist the investigation to call them on the non-emergency number 101.


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