A woman is set to face trial accused of having an XL Bully which injured a man whilst allegedly being dangerously out of control;

CCTV images have been released of a man police want to speak following alleged sex offences;

...and a new link is being proposed to allow residents of a growing housing estate to access local amenities more easily on foot or by bike.

 

A woman is set to face trial accused of having an XL Bully which injured a man whilst allegedly being dangerously out of control.

Dressed in a black hoody and jeans, Jade Thomas appeared at Teesside Magistrates' Court on Monday charged with the offence.

The alleged incident took place outside of a property on Breckland Walk, Berwick Hills, Middlesbrough, on February 18th.

During the short hearing, Thomas confirmed her date of birth, address and entered a not guilty plea. She was told she will face trial at the Middlesbrough court on August 5th.

 

CCTV images have been released of a man police want to speak following alleged sex offences.

Cleveland Police have launched an appeal after the alleged offences in Middlesbrough town centre on Friday, May 17.

The force has asked anyone with information to come forward.

The CCTV images can be viewed on the Cleveland Police website.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.

 

A new link is being proposed to allow residents of a growing housing estate to access local amenities more easily on foot or by bike.

Middlesbrough Council plans to create a new access between Schofield Way on the Bracken Grange estate and Scholars Rise to the east, via a small stretch of new path across council-owned land.

The local authority says that the new link, costing an estimated £11,000, would provide a direct route for residents of the Bracken Grange estate to nearby amenities, using sustainable methods of travel.

A council report said that the pedestrian route currently used by residents is "circuitous" and involves negotiating a footpath adjacent to the James Cook University Hospital.

Parents and students have reported "numerous" incidents of anti-social behaviour on the path.


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