#Plebgate IPCC investigate Hinton and Jones

The independent Police complaints commission have announce they will now investigate two police officers over misleading parliament.

They have announced at the select committee that an immediate investigation has been launched and they will have concluded there investigation against Detective Sgt Stuart Hinton who refereed to the home secretary as 'this woman' and Sgt Chris Jones who is believed to have mislead parliament over his disciplinary record.

The offers have been made clear that they may loose their position in the Police.

#plebgate IPCC announce hinton a

 

#Plebgate Det Sgt Stuart Hinton Sorry over 'this woman'

Detective Sgt Stuart Hinton has appeared before the select committee and said he did not mean to refer to the home secretary as 'this woman' he has accepted that he made an error in giving his evidence.

he believes the error was not listening to the  recording of the meeting with Andrew Mitchell and did not know at the time of the context the quote was meant.

His forces Chief Constable has confirmed he will be disciplined over the matter.

#plebgate I do not believe that my answers misled the committee!

Sgt Chris Jones has appeared before the select committee and said he can not say sorry for somthing he has not done.

He appeared and confirmed he might have been mislead over the question the committee asked Jones over his disciplinary record.

More Follows.

Attempted Robbery, Red Hill Road, Stockton

Police are appealing for witnesses to an attempted robbery on a 42-year-old woman at

a cash machine outside the Co-Op Store on Red Hill Road, Stockton.

A man knocked the woman off balance as she put her money from the cash point in her
purse. He then attempted to grab the woman’s purse but she managed to fight him off
before he ran away empty handed towards Ragpath Lane.

The woman suffered minor injuries to her arm and shoulder which did not require any
medical treatment.

The suspect is described as a white male, aged in his twenties, around 5ft 8” tall, of
slim build with dark hair and a gaunt face with deep eyes. He was clean shaven and
had acne-type scarring on his face.
He was wearing a thin, black bomber-style jacket which had a small logo or emblem on
the chest area, dark bottoms and trainers.

Any witnesses or anyone with further information is asked to contact DC Richard
Brocklesby of Stockton CID on the non-emergency 101 number or Crimestoppers
anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Attempted Robbery, Red Hill Road, Stockton

Police are appealing for witnesses to an attempted robbery on a 42-year-old woman at

a cash machine outside the Co-Op Store on Red Hill Road, Stockton.

A man knocked the woman off balance as she put her money from the cash point in her
purse. He then attempted to grab the woman’s purse but she managed to fight him off
before he ran away empty handed towards Ragpath Lane.

The woman suffered minor injuries to her arm and shoulder which did not require any
medical treatment.

The suspect is described as a white male, aged in his twenties, around 5ft 8” tall, of
slim build with dark hair and a gaunt face with deep eyes. He was clean shaven and
had acne-type scarring on his face.
He was wearing a thin, black bomber-style jacket which had a small logo or emblem on
the chest area, dark bottoms and trainers.

Any witnesses or anyone with further information is asked to contact DC Richard
Brocklesby of Stockton CID on the non-emergency 101 number or Crimestoppers
anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Scots killer’s autobiography

A  Scots killer’s autobiography is being released online for the public to read – despite a government ban. Dennis Nilsen from Aberdeen, 67yrs,he is serving life in prison for murdering six young men and attempting to kill two others between 70s and 80s.

He has been trying  for the last 10 years  for the right to get his gory memoirs made into a book.

But it has been repeatedly banned by the authorities, including former Home Secretary David Blunkett and the European Court of Human Rights, who claim the lurid details would be distressing to the victims’ families.

Now extracts from the book he wrote in 1996 have mysteriously been uploaded online for the public to read.

X Royal Navy submariner cut his wife's neck with a box knife

124661-quality-police-close-up-generic-of-officers-jacket has been detained in a high-security psychiatric hospital.

John Hills wounded his partner with a box cutting knife after grabbing her and telling her: "I know what you are doing."

Wife Karen, 47, had become concerned about his behaviour in the lead up to the attack as he spoke about rumours being spread about him and a conspiracy against him.

The 48-year-old then attacked her with the box knife at their home in the village of Corsock, in Kirkcudbrightshire (Scottish borders).

He repeatedly asked her: "Why are you doing it?" before striking her with the knife. She managed to break free, grabbed a towel to staunch the flow of blood and fled to a neighbour's home for safety.

After she was taken to hospital she was found to have two deep wounds to her neck, measuring about 8cm.

Mr Hills was seen by a doctor he then claimed he and his wife had been "having problems" and that he suspected her of being involved in a conspiracy at home and his place of work. He admitted to police that he used the knife to deliberately harm his wife by cutting her twice on the throat and then using the weapon on himself.

#4

25 year old arrested over darlington hit and run?

Local sources tell Teesside Incidents a 25 year old local man was arrested a short distance from a hit and run in darlington which resulted in the death of a 3 year old boy.

His car is believed to have been found by police officers a short distance away conducting a local area search.

Police then attended an address on Rydal Road Darlington and arrested a local 25 year old male,

Local sources further tell Teesside Incidents that the 25 year old is believed to have known the family of the three year old who has tragically died.

Durham Police have confirmed a man is in Custody.

25 year old over darlington hit and run?

Local sources tell Breaking News a 25 year old local man was arrested a short distance from a hit and run in darlington which resulted in the death of a 3 year old boy.

His car is believed to have been found by police officers a short distance away conducting a local area search.

Police then attended an address on Rydal Road Darlington and arrested a local 25 year old male,

Local sources further tell Breaking News that the 25 year old is believed to have known the family of the three year old who has tragically died.

Durham Police have confirmed a man is in Custody.