Found Safe & Well Hartlepool: Urgent appeal to find Nathan Geary he is extremely vulnerable

Updated: Nathan has now been located. Thanks for the help with the appeal.

Police are urgently looking got Nathan Geary who police say is extremely vulnerable.

Police are urgently appealing to trace 27-year-old Nathan Geary who was last seen close to Hartlepool Train Station yesterday, Saturday 17th November at around 12:30pm.

Nathan is extremely vulnerable and he is described as being a white male with short dark hair, 5 ft 4” tall, of slim build and he is clean shaven.

It is not known what Nathan was last seen wearing but he is thought to be with his small white Staffordshire Bullterrier called Lona.

Anyone who may have seen Nathan or anyone with information as to his whereabouts is asked to contact Cleveland Police on 101 quoting event number 212194.

Woman in critical condition after being found with serious burns in Middlesbrough

Officers were called to a report of an incident whereby a woman had suffered serious burns at an address on Acklam Road in Middlesbrough at 12:40pm yesterday, Tuesday 13th November.

A 35-year-old woman was taken to James Cook University Hospital and then transferred to the RVI Hospital in Newcastle with injuries which are described as ‘life threatening’. She remains there in a ‘critical but stable’ condition. 

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although not believed to be life threatening, continues to receive treatment at James Cook University Hospital.

Enquiries are ongoing, however, officers are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident at this time.

Two Women issued Community Protection Notices in Hartlepool

Two Women Served with Community Protection Notices for Breaching Antisocial Behaviour Warning 

Two women suspected of breaching warnings given to them after committing antisocial behaviour in Hartlepool town centre have been served with Community Protection Notices.

The Community Protection Notice is the next step of action after breach of a Community Protection Warning.

A further breach would lead to a fine or prosecution by Hartlepool Borough Council and, where appropriate, the issue of a Criminal Behaviour Order.

The action comes just three weeks after twelve Community Protection Warnings were issued to people suspected of committing antisocial behaviour, being drunk and abusive and harassing members of the public and local businesses in the town centre area, particularly around the ramp by the Central Library and York Road.

Sergeant Adrian Dack, from Hartlepool Community Safety Team, said: “Community Protection Warnings are the first step in enforcing the law but ignorance is not bliss, we will continue with enforcement until this kind of behaviour stops. 

“Hartlepool Community Safety Team is dedicated to making the town a better place for people to live and work by reducing antisocial behaviour. Let this stand as a warning that it will not be tolerated.”

Councillor Christopher Akers-Belcher, Chair of the Safer Hartlepool Partnership and Leader of Hartlepool Borough Council, said: "I welcome the Hartlepool Community Safety Team's proactive approach in enforcing the original Community Protection Warnings and I hope this sends out a clear message that we are not prepared to let the unruly behaviour of a minority of people cause problems for the law-abiding majority."

Anyone wishing to report antisocial behaviour in their neighbourhood is asked to call Cleveland Police on 101. In an emergency always call 999. Alternatively they can speak to Hartlepool Community Safety Team on 01429 523100 or email[email protected]

Hartlepool Community Safety Team comprises representatives of Hartlepool Neighbourhood Policing Team, Hartlepool Borough Council and Cleveland Fire Brigade.

Boy 10 dead, girl 8 fights for life man arrested

A child has been found dead at a home in rural Perthshire while another fights for her life.

The 10-year-old boy was discovered at a home in Coupar Angus at around 2:30am when police were called to the scene.

An eight-year-old girl was also found with life threatening injuries.

A 37-year-old man has been arrested following the incident in the early hours of this morning.

It is believed a man was found injured in the street before a member of the public called police.

They then broke into the home and found the children.

Chief Inspector Ian Scott, of Police Scotland, said: ‘At this time, our thoughts are very much with the family and friends of the young boy who has died in this incident and with the young girl who remains in a serious condition in hospital.

I can confirm that a 37-year-old man has been arrested in connection with this incident.

‘Enquiries are ongoing however I believe this to have been an isolated and contained incident with no threat to the wider public.

‘There will be a police presence at the scene for some time while we undertake our investigation and I would like to thank the local community for their patience whilst we carry out our work.

‘There will be additional patrols by local community based officers in Coupar Angus to help provide some reassurance to the community.

‘If anyone heard or saw anything in the Union Street area, who hasn’t already spoken with officers,

I would ask that they call Police Scotland on 101 (ref 0611 of 11 Nov) with details.’

The girl, eight, has been taken to Ninewells Hospital in Dundee.

Four killed after police car chase ends in collision

Four people, including a one year old boy, have died after two vehicles collided in south Yorkshire following a Police chase last night

The crash, between a black VW Golf and a black VW Touran, happened in the Darnall area of Sheffield.
Police had been chasing three men, aged 23, 17 and 18, who were travelling in the Golf who have now been arrested and remain in custody after suffering minor injuries.

Two men aged 35 and 50 and a 41-year-old woman who were all travelling in the vehicle, that had not been pursued by police, were pronounced dead at the scene. A one-year-old boy was also pronounced dead at hospital.

Three other passengers were injured, A 22-year-old woman is in a critical condition, a second woman also remains in hospital in a serious but stable condition and a three-year-old girl was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries.

Girl aged 12 subjected to repeated sexual assault in Primark

A man walked behind the girl and groped her while she was looking at a clothing on the first floor, the man then followed her around the store when she went up to the second floor and she felt her skirt being lifted.

The girl called for help and he then reapproached her and attempted to sexually touch her again, Police have now issued an appeal after a girl aged 12 was repeatedly sexually assaulted in Primark.

Greater Manchester Police have released a photo of a man they want to speak to following the incident in Bury, Greater Manchester.

Cops say the girl aged just 12 was repeatedly sexually assaulted while she was in the store with a family member.

Despite the incident happening on September 11th at 4.30pm GMP have only today released details and appealed to members of the public for help.

Police say that a man walked behind the girl and groped her while she was looking at a clothing on the first floor, the man then followed her around the store when she went up to the second floor and she felt her skirt being lifted.

She turned around and noticed the man had a mobile phone in his hand, the girl ran to a member of staff for help.

He then approached and attempted to touch the girl again but he was challenged by a family member. The man became agitated and left by the entrance to the store.

Police have now released an image of a man they want to speak to in connection with the incident.

PC Stephen Raine of GMP’s Bury Division said: “This was a blatant and repeated sexual assault of a young girl when she was simply out shopping with family.

We are determined to find who has committed this offence.

“We would ask anyone who recognises the man in this picture, or has any information, to get in touch immediately.”

Anyone with information should call police on the dedicated number for the town centre officers, 0161 856 8181, or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

98 year old fighting for life after being attacked in his own home

Detectives in Enfield are urgently seeking witnesses after a 98-year-old man was left fighting for his life after being attacked and robbed in his own home. 

On Tuesday, 6 November at 10:06hrs police were called by the London Ambulance Service to the man who had suffered serious injuries at an address on Evesham Road, Enfield, N11.

The elderly man had sustained multiple bruising to his body and a head injury.

He was taken to an east London Hospital where he remains in a life threatening condition.

Attending officers found evidence of a disturbance in the house.

A number of items were missing from the address which including a Toshiba television and other personal belongings. 

Detective Inspector Paul Ridley from North Area CID is leading the investigation. He said: “This was a brutal and senseless attack on a vulnerable pensioner in his own home. The level of violence used was completely excessive.

“From our inquiries we have established that the victim was spoken to by a family member on the telephone on Monday, 5 November at 2pm and had not raised any concerns. We are therefore confident, the attack has taken place in the 20-hour window between then, possible Bonfire Night, to when he was discovered.”

“I would urge any members of the public that may have seen any persons acting suspiciously in the vicinity of Evesham Road, Enfield, N11 to come forward to my investigation team as a priority.”

“I can reassure residents that patrols have been stepped up in the area and extensive efforts are being made to identify and apprehend the persons responsible.”

Anyone with information that could assist the investigation is urged to contact Enfield CID via 101 quoting CAD 2140/6Nov, or by tweeting @MetCC under Operation Name ‘Burrow’

Information can also be reported anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org.

Five people arrested over vile Grenfell Tower bonfire video

Five people have been arrested after an utterly disgraceful video has been released on social media which shows a model of Grenfell Tower.

These people have brought shame to our country. Have some respect for the victims, the families and emergency services workers who have been left traumatised by these utterly tragic events.

After causing national shame the five men handed themselfs into a police station the Metropolitan Police confirmed that all men who are from south and soutth-east london attended a police station on Bonfire Night Monday 5th November.

A Scotland Yard spokesman said they are a 19-year-old, a 46-year-old and a 49-year-old, all from South Norwood, a 49-year-old from Lambeth and a 55-year-old from Beckenham.

They handed themselves in at a south London police station at 10pm and were arrested on suspicion of a public order offence and taken into custody.

The footages show a group of idiots holding a cardboard effigy of the West London apartment block.

Hundreds of people were killed when Grenfell tower caught fire in June last year.

The model showed cutouts of people peering out of windows and dangling them from the top floor.

The prime minister tweeted: "To disrespect those who lost their lives at Grenfell Tower, as well as their families and loved ones, is utterly unacceptable."

During the video, the group can be heard laughing and screaming help me help me.

One member of the group jokes if they should have started the fire upside down because the fire started on the 10th floor.

Then shouts "jump out the window" while a second person relays the advice of firefighters telling them to "stay in your flats".

Scotland Yard says its Grenfell Tower investigation team is "taking this matter very seriously", adding: "Any offences that have been committed will be fully investigated."

Commander Stuart Cundy said: "I am frankly appalled by the callous nature of the video posted online.

"So many people lost so many loved ones, and many more have been deeply affected. To mock that disaster in such a crude way is vile.

Due to the nature of the video Police Hour has taken the editorial decision not to re-broadcast the video.

It is utterly disgraceful and those involved in this video should be uttlery ashamed of themselves.

Five men have been arrested after an "appalling and disturbing" video emerged showing people at a bonfire party burning a cardboard model of Grenfell Tower.

The Metropolitan Police said the men, who are all from south and south-east London, handed themselves in on Monday night.

A Scotland Yard spokesman said they are a 19-year-old, a 46-year-old and a 49-year-old, all from South Norwood, a 49-year-old from Lambeth and a 55-year-old from Beckenham.

They handed themselves in at a south London police station at 10pm and were arrested on suspicion of a public order offence and taken into custody.

The video appears to have been taken at a private party and shows the group laughing and joking as they watch the model, which is marked "Grenfell Tower", go up in flames.

The cardboard structure shows paper figures at the windows with their arms in the air.

To those who make the choice not to vaccinate their children this is what an 8-month-old baby with measles looks like.

The words of Kiora Pen Public health England have called me this morning to confirm, after analysing his swab, Marshall is suffering with measles.

To those who make the choice not to vaccinate their children, this is what an 8-month-old baby with measles looks like.

I haven’t actively posted this picture on social media until now, as I didn’t want to be accused of scaremongering.

Anyone who knows or has seen Marshall will know he is the happiest baby you will ever meet, until a few weeks ago when he started getting poorly.


We have now been in hospital since 31st October when his rash came out, he refused food and began to get dehydrated.

Since getting measles he has suffered with so much pain, lost a lot of weight from not eating or drinking and has been unsettled and crying a lot.

He now has an incredibly low immune system and we have been advised not to take him out the house for a minimum of two weeks for him to recover however this could be extended due to the cold weather.

The part that annoys me the most is this could’ve been prevented.

Marshall is too young for his MMR but there are plenty of other adults who choose not to vaccinate their babies who are old enough.


Babies like Marshall rely on other babies to have their MMR to prevent this from happening.

WHY would you want to see your baby go through this when a vaccine can stop this. And you have the power to stop other babies suffering too.

Please vaccinate your children.


There have now been over 900 confirmed cases of measles in the U.K. for 2018. This has almost doubled since 2016.

Have some respect Grenfell bonfire video sparks outrage

An utterly disgraceful video has been released on social media which shows a model of Grenfell Tower.

These people have brought shame to our country. Have some respect for the victims, the families and emergency services workers who have been left traumatised by these utterly tragic events.

Police have now confirmed they are reviewing the incident as a possible hate crime.

With pictures of people burning thrown on to a bonfire.

The footages show a group of idiots holding a cardboard effigy of the West London apartment block.

Hundreds of people were killed when Grenfell tower caught fire in June last year.

The model showed cutouts of people peering out of windows and dangling them from the top floor.

The prime minister tweeted: "To disrespect those who lost their lives at Grenfell Tower, as well as their families and loved ones, is utterly unacceptable."

During the video, the group can be heard laughing and screaming help me help me.

One member of the group jokes if they should have started the fire upside down because the fire started on the 10th floor.

Then shouts "jump out the window" while a second person relays the advice of firefighters telling them to "stay in your flats".

Scotland Yard says its Grenfell Tower investigation team is "taking this matter very seriously", adding: "Any offences that have been committed will be fully investigated."

Commander Stuart Cundy said: "I am frankly appalled by the callous nature of the video posted online.

"So many people lost so many loved ones, and many more have been deeply affected. To mock that disaster in such a crude way is vile.

Due to the nature of the video Police Hour has taken the editorial decision not to re-broadcast the video.

It is utterly disgraceful and those involved in this video should be uttlery ashamed of themselves.