Thursday, 1 September 2011

Police are still trying to trace a man responsible for an attack on a woman in Victory Close, Long Eaton. The woman in her 30s suffered head injuries during the assault which took place at 3am on August 12th. Paramedics were in attendance and treated the woman before she was taken to Queen's Medical Centre.
A police spokesman said they were treating the incident as ‘domestic’ and they knew
the man they were searching for. He added, “We are not looking for anyone else in connection with the attack.”

The inquest has opened into the death of Lisa Derriscott, 33, of Derby Road, Long Eaton, who was found on the back seat of a burned out car on Wilne Lane on August 3rd. The inquest heard that Ms Derriscott was a clinical psychologist who worked at St Andrew's Healthcare, a secure mental health facility in Rainworth. Shaun Tudor, one of its patients recently appeared at Nottingham Crown Court where he pleaded guilty to the sexual assault of a 10year old boy in woods near Rainworth. Police in Nottingham said they were "extremely concerned" he had been allowed out of care and has asked for a review of why he was on unescorted leave on 20th July.
A St Andrew's Healthcare spokesman said: "The circumstances surrounding Lisa's death are subject to ongoing police inquiries."
The inquest was adjourned