Zetland FM Local News - 23rd September 2023
Police are continuing to investigate any links between the deaths of a man and two women in our area;
Police are appealing to trace the owners of recovered items which appear to have been used in education;
...and it's been announced that legendary boyband Take That are to return to the Riverside Stadium after lighting up the stage four years ago.
Police are continuing to investigate any links between the deaths of a man and two women in our area.
At this time police are continuing to treat the deaths as unexplained as enquiries continue and detectives await the results of further tests to establish the cause of their deaths.
A man's body was found at an address on Ajax Way on Saturday 15th July after a call to police. The man was identified as Kevin Conway aged 41.
In a further incident, officers found the body of a woman at a property on Ajax Way on Monday evening after responding to concerns for an occupant of the address.
The woman has now been named as Stephanie Alderson, aged 35.
Then at around 10:30am on Tuesday, officers were called to a report of a sudden death at a property on South Court in South Bank where a woman, aged 38, had passed away.
The woman has now been named as Kathleen Broomfield.
A 43-year-old woman, who was arrested previously in relation to the death in July, has been re-arrested in connection to that death as well as the two recent deaths on suspicion of administering a noxious substance.
Three others, two men aged 47 and a 39-year-old woman, have been arrested on suspicion of administering a noxious substance in relation to the death of Kathleen Broomfield.
All four remain on bail whilst enquiries are ongoing.
Police are appealing to trace the owners of recovered items which appear to have been used in education.
Samples of imitation medication or drugs were recovered in a silver case which could have potentially been stolen from a school or similar establishment.
They can be used to teach pupils how to recognise certain drugs and the negative effects they can have.
The items were recovered in the Netherfields area.
Anyone who may know where the items have come from or may know the owners of them, is asked to contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.
It's been announced that legendary boyband Take That are to return to the Riverside Stadium after lighting up the stage four years ago.
The Pop legends will return to the home of Middlesbrough FC next May, in the latest in a string of major events to come to our area.
More than 30,000 people flocked to the Riverside in 2019 to see the band – offering a huge boost to our area's wider economy.
Fans at the 2019 gig were treated to a spectacular performance by three of the original group – Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald.
The space around the Riverside was also transformed into a fan village with the event was hailed a huge success.