Stories By Tanya Fowles, Local Democracy Reporter
Armagh/ 5 months ago
PSNI reverse decision refusing to provide figures on dual-identity sex offenders
Following a challenge to a refusal to release figures on sex-offenders using dual identities, the PSNI has reversed the decision, having...
News/ 5 months ago
PSNI team working to ‘identify potential criminality’ in child hyponatraemia deaths
The PSNI Legacy Investigation Branch has confirmed it is examining the deaths of five children identified in the Hyponatraemia Inquiry, to...
Northern Ireland/ 5 months ago
PSNI urged to amend sudden death form to include domestic violence history
The PSNI are being urged to amend the form completed by officers attending the scene of a sudden death when a...
Mother of ‘grotesquely injured’ newborn avoids jail in child cruelty case
A woman has avoided prison in a child cruelty case, after it was established her partner who has since absconded, inflicted...
Man charged with cross-border crime spree including assault on elderly couple
A 33-year-old man has been remanded in custody following an alleged cross-border offending spree, which ended when he was detained by...
Indecent image of toddler taken by her father was destined for online sharing, court hears
A depraved dad who took an indecent image of his naked two-year-old child who he positioned to fully expose her genitals,...
Revenge porn suspect under suspended sentence refused bail after court order breaches
A forty-six-year-old man currently on bail while allegations of revenge porn are being investigated has been refused bail after twice breaching...
Rape and perverting justice charges added to Katie Simpson murder case
A number of charges against the man accused of murdering Armagh equestrienne Katie Simpson have significantly increased and now include an...
Reporting ban lifted for bank clerk who stole up to £172,000 from 90-year-old woman
A judge has granted a press application to remove a reporting restriction on identifying a bank clerk who stole between £91,000...
Woman accused of £330,000 drugs operation fronted by furniture business granted bail
The elder of two Dungannon women charged with running an industrial-scale, high-level drugs operation, allegedly fronted by a furniture business, has...
Tyrone/ 6 months ago
Committal proceedings in Greenvale Hotel manslaughter case adjourned
Committal proceedings against the owner of the Greenvale Hotel and a self-employed member of security staff facing manslaughter along with health...
Woman claims to be awoken by partner urinating all over her in campaign of alleged domestic abuse
Despite police objections a fifty-four-year-old man has been released on bail after a court heard allegations of a prolonged campaign of...