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Grimsby man remanded in custody following court appearance

North East Lincolnshire 16th October 2019

Declan William Kelly (25) of Second Avenue in Grimsby appeared at Grimsby Magistrates Court on Monday 14 October charged with seven offences.

He was charged with four burglaries (a burglary on Weelsby Street and three burglaries on Duke Street, Grimsby all on 4 October 2019), one case of fraud by false representation, theft of a motor vehicle and two motoring offences.

Declan Kelly was remanded in custody and is due to appear at Grimsby Crown Court on 11 November 2019.

£60,000 bail for doctor involved in nurse exorcism


Hossam Metwally has been in custody but has been given bail until his trial following the incident at the Lincs Pain Clinic on Laceby Road

Hossam Metwally : Facebook

The doctor had been on remand since July having been charged with grievous bodily harm and administering a noxious substance to his former partner.

The scene at Laceby rd pain clinic: video : © Cleethorpes News 24

The nurse was found in an unconscious condition and was taken to the Diana Princess of Wales hospital.

Nurse Kelly Wilson was in a unresponsive condition

The case was adjourned until February 10 for trial, provisionally estimated at 10 days.

Metwally, of Laceby Road, Grimsby, had been in custody since bail was refused at the magistrates’ court on July 8.

Seven charges for man for cross-border offences

North and North East Lincolnshire

25 Jul 2019

A 30-year-old man from Nottinghamshire has been charged with seven different offences following a police pursuit and an armed police operation on Tuesday 23 July.

Christopher Webster, 30, from Victoria Street in Newark was arrested in Brigg on Tuesday following information passed onto us by Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire Police.

He’s been charged with two counts of threatening a person with a meat cleaver in Newark and in Immingham, robbery, and attempted robbery.

He’s also been charged with dangerous driving, driving while disqualified, and damage to property.

We’d like to thank our colleagues in both forces for their help in this matter.

We’re still appealing for any witnesses to come forward who may have seen an incident in the Aldi car park off Washdyke Lane in Immingham between 6 and 7pm on Tuesday 23 July to contact us with any information.

Logs 282 and 523 of 23 July 19 refer.

Man appears at Court accused of washing blood stained body of murder victim

Craig Whittle 45 appeared at Grimsby Magistrates yesterday Friday 12 July

A man has appeared in court charged with ‘washing the body’ of a murder victim after he was killed in Cleethorpes.

Whittle is accused of cleaning the body of the murder victim: Image Cleethorpes News 24

Craig White is alleged to have cleaned the blood-stained body of Shaun Lyall after he died in a very brutal attack at a house in Sidney Street.

Police guard the house on Sydney St. following the murder of Shaun Lyall : Picture © Cleethorpes News 24

He is also said to have then disposed of ‘bloodstained footwear’ from the scene

Murder detective and CSI investigators at the scene on Sydney St Cleethorpes: Picture © Cleethorpes News 24

A post mortem examination revealed he died from multiple injuries inflicted using a number of blunt and sharp weapons at the terraced home where Shaun had lived for a number of years.

Abdi Ali is still wanted by the police for the murder of Shaun Lyall

Detectives continue to hunt for prime suspect Abdi Ali, 29, who has been on the run since the incident.

Whittle, 45, of Corporation Road, appeared before Grimsby magistrates on Friday charged with intentionally encouraging or assisting the commission of Mr Lyall’s murder.

The charge says that Whittle ‘engaged in the process of washing the body of Shaun Lyall and disposed of blood stained footwear, which was capable of encouraging or assisting the commission of an indictable only offence, namely the murder of Shaun Lyall’, between July 15 and 18 last year.

No pleas were entered at the hearing and Whittle was remanded to appear back at court on Monday 12th August 2019

Police also stated if you do come across Abdi Ali, Not to approach him but call police on 101 with any details.

Kelly Wilson was involved in an exorcism and left critically ill

Woman was trying to rid herself of evil demons in her body.

A woman left critically ill in hospital was involved in an ‘exorcism’ to get rid of ‘evil spirits’ haunting her body.

Kelly Wilson who is still in a critical condition

Former NHS nurse Kelly Wilson suffered organ failure in the incident which it is claimed was to remove supernatural spirits or demons from her body.

Police outside of the Laceby road pain clinic

Miss Wilson’s partner, Hossam Metwally, an anaesthetist at Grimsby’s Diana Princess of Wales Hospital, appeared in court yesterday charged with causing GBH and administering a noxious substance.

The charges in court related to incidents that are believed to have taken place at the Lincs Pain Clinic in Laceby Road between Tuesday, July 2 and Friday, July 5.

Nurse partner from Laceby pain clinic still in critical condition

Dr Hossam Metwally, 58, appeared at Grimsby magistrates yesterday morning 8 July of and entered no pleas.

Nurse Kelly Wilson who remains in a critical condition
Doctor was remanded to appear in crown court in August

This follows a nurse being taken to hospital in a serious unresponsive state on Friday evening

The nurse who is a director also at the practice.

Police outside the pain clinic.

The Doctor who works at the Diana Princess of Wales has been charged with assault causing grievous bodily harm and administering noxious substance

Metwally appeared emotionless in court, dressed in a grey shirt with black and brown glasses, where he confirmed his name, address and nationality as British.

Members of his family and friends were also present in the courtroom.

The charges were outlines by Martin Howarth, prosecuting. Metwally was represented by Sunny Dhinsa.

Remanded to appear in court in August

Mr Dhinsa requested bail and suggested a number of conditions that could be applied. However, this was refused.

He was remanded in to custody to appear at Grimsby crown court in August.

Dr Kate Wood, medical director at Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust, said: “I can confirm a member of staff at the Trust has been charged with GBH and administering a noxious substance. He will be excluded from working at all Trust premises.”

Doctor appears at court this morning and was remanded to appear at crown court next month

Dr Hossam Metwally, 58, appeared at Grimsby magistrates this morning and entered no pleas.

Doctor was remanded to appear in crown court in August

This follows a woman being taken to hospital in a serious unresponsive state on Friday evening

Police outside the pain clinic.

The Doctor who works at the Diana Princess of Wales has been charged with assault causing grievous bodily harm and administering noxious substance

He was remanded in to custody to appear at Grimsby crown court in August.

Man charged with administering noxious substance to a woman

Humberside Police have confirmed that Hossam Metwally, 58, will appear at Grimsby Magistrates’ Court

Police vehicles at the scene of the incident. : © Cleethorpes News 24

A man has been charged with administering a noxious substance after an woman was admitted to hospital in an “unresponsive and serious” condition.

CSI at the scene

Police have this morning confirmed that Hossam Metwally, 58, is due to appear in court, charged with assault causing grievous bodily harm and administering a noxious substance.

A force statement released this morning said: “Hossam Metwally, aged 58, of Grimsby, is remanded to appear before Grimsby and Cleethorpes Magistrates’ Court on Monday, July 8, charged with assault causing grievous bodily harm (GBH) and administering a noxious substance.”

Humberside Police officers are investigating after receiving a call from staff at the Diana Princess of Wales Hospital in Grimsby on Friday night, who were concerned about the safety of a woman who had been admitted in an “unresponsive condition”.

Hossam Metwally, aged 58 appears at court in the morning.

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