Hand yourself in! Look at our special Luke Jobson there is more of you out there

Kelly Jane has posted an emotional Facebook post this morning following the arrest of five men on suspsion of manslaughter after his body was recovcered from the River Tees.

Tragically Luke was found within the River Tees, following a night out in Yarm Police are investigating a fight that happened, and reports that Luke

She wants the remaining people to hand themselves into police, and admits her families hearts are breaking following the death of Lukey

A special Event to remember Luke Jobson will take place this evening to rember Luke Jobson and to show our support as a community to Luke's family and friends we are inviting everyone to meet at Yarm Wharf (Silver Street, behind Sainsbury's to create "Ribbons for Luke".

Breaking News Teesside Said "What we are asking you to do is to go and buy a length of ribbon (Boyes on the High Street have some upstairs), long enough to tie to the railings and attach a message for Luke and his family (either a sharpie on the ribbon or attach a card).

"The location will be the railings on Yarm Wharf directly in front of you as you walk down the steps to the jetty (to the left of RiverShack). Simply being your ribbon, write on your message and tie it around the top of the hand rail."

Jane Kelly with Luke Jobson

The Facebook post read "LOOK AT HIM 😣 LOOK at our Special Amazing Luke Jobson Please SHARE remember you got me nearly 70 THOUSAND Shares on my first Plea post can you do this again for us?? 

"HOW do our family ever ever smile again in our lives we have to carry on with?? how do we carry on???? how how is this real?? 

"Our Luke would not have been put in this position and died if it weren’t for you bulling, chasing, scaring him.  

"There are 2/3 more of you C***s out here, Hand yourself in then rot in hell but not before admitting your guilt. His last breathe on this earth was him being scared from you lot how can you function with that in your mind eh?????

"My pain My Sisters pain 😩😩😩 My Family’s pain our ache we want to leave our lives & to be with you Luckey & cant  💔💔💔😩😩😩😩 HOW can I live two mins away from where you died 😩😩😩 i cant i know i cant i know you were trying to get to my flat my baby beautiful Lukey - 

"why didn’t you loy leave him alone???? your intent was to get him chasing him bullying him jealousy should not cause death it has 💔💔💔💔💔 our heart;s are not beating properly anym,ore till my last breath on this planet i won't rest unitl you pay.

"I want you all a unhappy life if you have to be here, you should not have scared my lukey.

"Hand yourself in"

Facebook post: Kelly Jane

Kelly then goes on to say "if  you feel you want to carry on with help in any way if you want to walk to the skinny path Atlas Wind of Yarm High Street, it runs along the Yarm School Grounds to the end of it starts the river

"It then has path regular dog walking path alongside river bank which goes right along back of high st towards blue bell pub - you can start other way behind Sainsbury’s an Walk right from there to come back up to Atlas Wind until it stop there an that skinny path will be the end

"If you want to just look only look with eyes on floor in skinny path or along footpath or see if you can visibly see anything bobbing in water that may be useless I don’t know anymore as I know specialist police have already searched this area.

"I now feel useless of course I will be going there it’s up to you now if you want too but if there is anything to see That may help get the rest of the bullies in 

"A man actually came all the way from Reading yesterday to help search !!! I thank every single one of you I know you have stayed of work , cried , got cold , got tired ,

"I am forever grateful to you I feel your love Thank you from myself and my family for this"

Cleveland Police this morning announced five people have been arrested on suspision of manslaughter.

Police searching for missing 22 year old Luke Jobson have sadly found a body in the river at Yarm this afternoon.

Although formal identification has yet to take place, Luke’s family has been notified and they are being kept updated while they receive support from specially trained officers.

Cleveland Police have confirmed those arrested are being held on suspicion of manslaughter. 

Police are investigating reports that a fight broke out and Luke was chased before he was reported missing. 

His body was sadly recovered from the River Tees. 

Five Arrests, While Yarm River Body Sadly Confirmed as Luke Jobson

A body recovered in the river at Yarm by officers who had been searching for missing Luke Jobson has sadly been confirmed as being that of the 22 year old.

Our thoughts are with Luke’s family and friends at this very difficult time and specially trained officers will continue to support them.

Five males who came forward (after police appeals for information on the circumstances leading up to the discovery of Luke’s body) have been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter.

Two 18 year olds and two 16 year olds have now been released under investigation, while an 18 year old remains in custody facing questioning.

We are aware of various rumours and speculation circulating on social media but we would stress that sharing these further can be very distressing for Luke’s family as well as being unhelpful to our on-going inquiries.  

If anyone has information they believe could help our inquiries please pass this directly to Cleveland Police via the 101 number, quoting Event 14944.

YARM: Five arrested on suspicion of manslaughter following death of Luke Jobson

Cleveland Police have confirmed those arrested are being held on suspicion of manslaughter.

Police are investigating reports that a fight broke out and Luke was chased before he was reported missing.

His body was sadly recovered from the River Tees.

Five Arrests, While Yarm River Body Sadly Confirmed as Luke Jobson

A body recovered in the river at Yarm by officers who had been searching for missing Luke Jobson has sadly been confirmed as being that of the 22 year old.

Our thoughts are with Luke’s family and friends at this very difficult time and specially trained officers will continue to support them.

Five males who came forward (after police appeals for information on the circumstances leading up to the discovery of Luke’s body) have been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter.

Two 18 year olds and two 16 year olds have now been released under investigation, while an 18 year old remains in custody facing questioning.

We are aware of various rumours and speculation circulating on social media but we would stress that sharing these further can be very distressing for Luke’s family as well as being unhelpful to our on-going inquiries.  

If anyone has information they believe could help our inquiries please pass this directly to Cleveland Police via the 101 number, quoting Event 14944.

Britian’s youngest female convicted Paedo worked in nursery she sexually abused toddlers

She admitted attacking the girls aged three and two penetrating, sexually assaulting and taking pictures and videos of the abuse which she later shared with other paedophile's online.

An 18-year-old girl has been jailed for 7 years and 10 months after she sexually assaulted two girls aged three and two.

The girl named Sophie Elms aged 18 has today become the youngest person in Britian to become a convicted paedophile after she admitted sexual assault and having indecent images of children.

Despite admitting sixteen charges against two children aged three and two years-old she will only face 7 years inside, if she behaves she could be released in under three years.

Elms, of Swindon, Wiltshire, was seventeen when she committed the offences, she was aged 17 when she committed her vile crimes.

Elms worked at a local nursery but police have previously confirmed that none of the offences happened at the childcare facility.

Elms pleaded guilty to penetrating the two-year-old and the three-year-old between December 1, 2016, and March 11, 2018.

Between December 1, 2016 and March 11, 2018, it was heard that Elms committed four offences of taking indecent photographs of children.

These included two category A photographs, four category B photographs, and one category C photograph.

And between January 1st, 2016, and March 11, 2018, Elms committed six offences of distributing indecent photographs of children.

These included three category A photographs, four category B photographs, and three category C photographs.

Elms also pleaded guilty to two counts of possessing extreme pornographic images showing a person performing active intercourse or oral sex with an animal, between January 1, 2016, and March 11, 2018.

In a victim impact statement read to the court, the father of the two young girls told how Elms has "completely destroyed our lives" and "damaged us beyond words".

Elms worked at a local nursery but police have previously confirmed that none of the offences happened at the childcare facility.

Elms pleaded guilty to penetrating the two-year-old and the three-year-old between December 1, 2016, and March 11, 2018.

Elms is the youngest female convicted of child sex offences.

Police searching for Luke Jobson sadly find body in Yarm

Thanks to everyone who shared the Police Hour appeal, Sadly police have now confirmed a body has been found.


Police searching for missing 22 year old Luke Jobson have sadly found a body in the river at Yarm this afternoon.


Although formal identification has yet to take place, Luke’s family has been notified and they are being kept updated while they receive support from specially trained officers.


Cleveland Police request family & friends of Missing Luke Jobson work with the police rather than carry out their own searches.


Police are aware that members of Luke’s family and friends had planned to attend areas around Yarm School to search for him this morning.


While we completely understand their concern and distress at his disappearance we have to warn anyone who turns up that unfortunately we cannot facilitate public searches at this stage as specially trained police search teams remain in the area. Furthermore Yarm School grounds are private property and it would be inappropriate for people to turn up and access this land.


Again, we acknowledge this public search was organised in the very best interests of Luke and his family but we would ask them to work with police and be guided by experienced and specially trained officers who are well versed in safe, resource effective search methods.


Have you seen Luke? Last Seen in Yarm in the early hours of yesterday.


Police are trying to trace missing 22-year-old Luke Jobson who was last seen in Yarm in the early hours of Saturday morning.


Luke was outside The Keys on Yarm High Street before going up towards Osbournes and then was last seen near to Yarm School at around 2:15am on Saturday 26th January.


He was last seen wearing black jeans and a grey polo top.


Luke has not returned home or been in touch with family or friends and they are extremely concerned as it is out of character.


Cleveland Police confirmed they Were still searching for missing 22-year-old Luke Jobson who was last seen near to Yarm School at around 2:15am on Saturday 26th January.


The police helicopter is up and specialist search advisors are in the area.


Detectives are appealing for taxi drivers and other drivers in the area between 2am and 3am on 26th to check any Dashcam footage and those who live in Yarm to check private CCTV.


Anyone with information or who has seen Luke is asked to call Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.

Missing Luke Jobson police warn public not to carry out own a searches and to work with Police

Cleveland Police request family & friends of Missing Luke Jobson work with the police rather than carry out their own searches.

Police are aware that members of Luke’s family and friends had planned to attend areas around Yarm School to search for him this morning.

While we completely understand their concern and distress at his disappearance we have to warn anyone who turns up that unfortunately we cannot facilitate public searches at this stage as specially trained police search teams remain in the area. Furthermore Yarm School grounds are private property and it would be inappropriate for people to turn up and access this land.

Again, we acknowledge this public search was organised in the very best interests of Luke and his family but we would ask them to work with police and be guided by experienced and specially trained officers who are well versed in safe, resource effective search methods.

Have you seen Luke? Last Seen in Yarm in the early hours of yesterday.

Police are trying to trace missing 22-year-old Luke Jobson who was last seen in Yarm in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Luke was outside The Keys on Yarm High Street before going up towards Osbournes and then was last seen near to Yarm School at around 2:15am on Saturday 26th January.

He was last seen wearing black jeans and a grey polo top.

Luke has not returned home or been in touch with family or friends and they are extremely concerned as it is out of character.

Cleveland Police confirmed they Were still searching for missing 22-year-old Luke Jobson who was last seen near to Yarm School at around 2:15am on Saturday 26th January.

The police helicopter is up and specialist search advisors are in the area.

Detectives are appealing for taxi drivers and other drivers in the area between 2am and 3am on 26th to check any Dashcam footage and those who live in Yarm to check private CCTV.

Anyone with information or who has seen Luke is asked to call Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.

Urgent Appeal Have you seen Luke missing following night out in Yarm

Update: Tragically a body has been found in the search for Luke, however no formal id has taken place yet, follow @PoliceHour for updates

Have you seen Luke? Last Seen in Yarm in the early hours of yesterday.

Police are trying to trace missing 22-year-old Luke Jobson who was last seen in Yarm in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Luke was outside The Keys on Yarm High Street before going up towards Osbournes and then was last seen near to Yarm School at around 2:15am on Saturday 26th January.

He was last seen wearing black jeans and a grey polo top.

Luke has not returned home or been in touch with family or friends and they are extremely concerned as it is out of character.

Cleveland Police confirmed they Were still searching for missing 22-year-old Luke Jobson who was last seen near to Yarm School at around 2:15am on Saturday 26th January.

The police helicopter is up and specialist search advisors are in the area.

Detectives are appealing for taxi drivers and other drivers in the area between 2am and 3am on 26th to check any Dashcam footage and those who live in Yarm to check private CCTV.

Anyone with information or who has seen Luke is asked to call Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.

Mike Veale Quits Cleveland Police following serious allegations of misconduct

PCC won't confirm the nature of the incident but confirmed Mr Veale resigned with immediate effect.

It is not yet know if these allegations are criminal or relate to conduct and behaviours.

Due to the serious nature of the allegations, the matter has been referred to the Independent Office for Police Conduct. 

The Chief Constable of trouble Cleveland Police has resigned this afternoon. following allegations of serious misconduct.

Police confirm they are unable to comment on the matter which has been referred to the Independent Office Of Police Conduct.

Police and Crime Commissioner Barry Coppinger said: “I would like to make an announcement about a change in leadership at Cleveland Police.

“My office has been made aware of allegations about the behaviour of Chief Constable Mike Veale.

“On Friday 18 January Mr Veale resigned with immediate effect.

“Due to the serious nature of the allegations, the matter has been referred to the Independent Office for Police Conduct. 

“I am proud to oversee a police force where such allegations are always taken seriously.

“It is important that the appropriate processes are allowed to take effect and as a result, I am unable to comment further on this matter.

“Arrangements to secure an Interim Chief Constable are in the advanced stages and an announcement will be made later today. The current Cleveland Police leadership structure remains unchanged.

“As an organisation, Cleveland Police has undergone a comprehensive programme of transformation and improvement, which has been recognised by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services.

“I am determined to ensure this progress will continue as I look to recruit a permanent replacement.

“I want to reassure our communities that the same dedicated and compassionate officers and staff, who bravely serve the people of Cleveland every day, will continue to work hard to keep you safe.”

Middlesbrough MP Andy McDonald has claimed that Veale quit following allegations of serious misconduct.

Telling Police Hour "News of the Chief Constable is a huge shock and immense disapointment, he has resigned following allegations of serious misconduct and Cleveland’s Police and Crime Commissioner Barry Coppinger has done exactly the right thing by swiftly bringing Mr Veale’s tenure to an immediate end."

The Chief Constable of trouble Cleveland Police has resigned this afternoon. following allegations of serious misconduct.

Police confirm they are unable to comment on the matter which has been referred to the Independent Office Of Police Conduct.

Mike Veale was appointed as CC of Cleveland Police after allegations emerged relating to a mobile phone being damaged which belonged to Wiltshire Police. 

The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) investigation followed a top off that a phone was deliberately damaged to hide contact with various parties over Operation Conifer – the probe into allegations of historic child abuse linked to Ted Heath.

Mr Veale admitted telling some colleagues he dropped the phone in a golf club car park and it was run over by a car.

But he explained to IOPC investigators that the damage was actually caused when he swung a club at his golf bag in frustration after playing a poor shot.

The investigation found no evidence that the phone had been damaged and that he had no case to answer for discreditable conduct.

Mike Veale was appointed as CC of Cleveland Police after allegations emerged relating to a mobile phone being damaged which belonged to Wiltshire Police.

The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) investigation followed a top off that a phone was deliberately damaged to hide contact with various parties over Operation Conifer - the probe into allegations of historic child abuse linked to Ted Heath.

Mr Veale admitted telling some colleagues he dropped the phone in a golf club car park and it was run over by a car.

But he explained to IOPC investigators that the damage was actually caused when he swung a club at his golf bag in frustration after playing a poor shot.

The investigation found no evidence that the phone had been damaged and that he had no case to answer for discreditable conduct.

Chief Constable of Troubled Cleveland Police resigns following allegations of serious misconduct

The Chief Constable of trouble Cleveland Police has resigned this afternoon. following allegations of serious misconduct.

Police confirm they are unable to comment on the matter which has been referred to the Independent Office Of Police Conduct.

Police and Crime Commissioner Barry Coppinger said: “I would like to make an announcement about a change in leadership at Cleveland Police.

“My office has been made aware of allegations about the behaviour of Chief Constable Mike Veale.

“On Friday 18 January Mr Veale resigned with immediate effect.

“Due to the serious nature of the allegations, the matter has been referred to the Independent Office for Police Conduct. 

“I am proud to oversee a police force where such allegations are always taken seriously.

“It is important that the appropriate processes are allowed to take effect and as a result, I am unable to comment further on this matter.

“Arrangements to secure an Interim Chief Constable are in the advanced stages and an announcement will be made later today. The current Cleveland Police leadership structure remains unchanged.

“As an organisation, Cleveland Police has undergone a comprehensive programme of transformation and improvement, which has been recognised by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services.

“I am determined to ensure this progress will continue as I look to recruit a permanent replacement.

“I want to reassure our communities that the same dedicated and compassionate officers and staff, who bravely serve the people of Cleveland every day, will continue to work hard to keep you safe.”

Middlesbrough MP Andy McDonald has claimed that Veale quit following allegations of serious misconduct.


Telling Police Hour "News of the Chief Constable is a huge shock and immense disapointment, he has resigned following allegations of serious misconduct and Cleveland’s Police and Crime Commissioner Barry Coppinger has done exactly the right thing by swiftly bringing Mr Veale’s tenure to an immediate end."


Mike Veale was appointed as CC of Cleveland Police after allegations emerged relating to a mobile phone being damaged which belonged to Wiltshire Police.


The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) investigation followed a top off that a phone was deliberately damaged to hide contact with various parties over Operation Conifer - the probe into allegations of historic child abuse linked to Ted Heath.


Mr Veale admitted telling some colleagues he dropped the phone in a golf club car park and it was run over by a car.


But he explained to IOPC investigators that the damage was actually caused when he swung a club at his golf bag in frustration after playing a poor shot.


The investigation found no evidence that the phone had been damaged and that he had no case to answer for discreditable conduct.

Man in hospital after stabbing near Kew Gardens

A man is in hospital after being stabbed near Kew Gardens.

Police were called to Royal Parade, in the town of Kew, just before 8am this morning following reports of a knife attack.

The victim, who is in his 50s, was taken to hospital where he remains in a stable condition.

No arrests have been made.

RIP Carter Cookson, you have gained your angel wings

Sadly Baby Carter cookson aged three weeks old who was born prematurely on Boxing day with heart problems has tragically died.

Sarah & Chris Cookson little Carter's parents from South Shields launched an appeal to find a new heart for him after finding out a transplant would be urgently needed.

Sadly baby Carters family were faced with a double edged sword another baby would be needed to donate a heart.

Something his family admitted would be devastating for all families involved.

https://twitter.com/policehour/status/1086765152081534978?s=21

On Saturday night Sarah posted on Facebook . "RIP Carter John Cookson. Today he could not fight anymore.

"At 5.44pm our brave baby boy Carter John Cookson gained his angel wings and flew into his big brother's arms."

Sadly this is the second tragedy that has hit the family after the couple lost their firstborn son Charlie, who died when he was just two years old from an undiagnosed condition in 2013.

Carter survived three cardiac arrests within hours of being born but doctors became concerned after realising his heart was damaged on one side.

He was operated on, to attach a pacemaker, but the surgery was unsuccessful.

He had been kept alive at Newcastle's Freeman Hospital by an Ecmo (extracorporeal membrane oxygenation) machine, which pumps blood around his body.

But the Ecmo machine could not be used indefinitely because of complications with the equipment, which meant Carter needed a heart transplant within days.