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Woman charged of assault in Norwich

Woman charged of assault at Watson Grove

A 32-year-old woman has been charged with assault in connection with an incident which happened in Norwich on Wednesday 21 June . Police, including armed officers, attended the scene just after midnight following reports a man had been wounded with a knife during an incident in Watson Grove.

Daniellle Shepherd of Watson Grove, was arrested in connection with the incident and taken to Wymondham Police Investigation Centre for questioning. She was later charged with Section 18 Grievous Bodily Harm and Assaulting two Police Officers.

The victim, a man in his 50s, suffered a serious chest injury however it is not life threatening. He was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital for treatment and has now been discharged.

Danielle Shepherd was remanded in custody and is due to appear in Norwich Magistrates Court.

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Man who tried to hack airport and hospital websites is banned from internet

The cyber attack on Norwich Airport affected bookings and arrival and departure boards Credit: ITV Anglia

A man who tried to hack websites at Norwich Airport and the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital has been banned from the internet.

Daniel Devereux, aged 30, and of no fixed address, has been given a Criminal Behaviour Order stopping him from owning a device linked to the internet unless he follows strict rules.

He was charged with two counts of Section 1 of the Computer Misuse Act (unauthorised access).

These incidents, involved the Norwich Airport website on Wednesday 30 September 2015 and a separate incident involving the external website of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital on Friday 6 November 2015.

The CBO, which lasts for five years, means Deveraux must get police permission to use any device and be closely monitored by them.

from owning or using any device capable of accessing the internet, unless it’s make and model have been given to the police.

He also has to surrender any passwords to police.

The cyber attack on the airport in September 2015 affected bookings, and arrivals and departure boards

Magistrates heard the hospital hack, in November 2015, had no impact.

The CBO gives us, the Norfolk and Suffolk Cybercrime Unit, lawful authority to monitor Deveraux and his activity. This is an effective way of preventing further offences and robustly dealing with any breaches.

“This is the first CBO that has been applied for in our Region for offences under the Misuse of Computer Act and I hope it reassures the community that we will pursue and prosecute offenders.

– Detective Sergeant Sam Shevlin

Following a guilty plea the Magistrates sentenced Deveraux to 32 weeks imprisonment, issued him a CBO which will last five years and ordered him to pay £150 as a victim surcharge.

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Two charged over death of seven year old girl on bouncy castle

Summer Grant

Two fairground workers have been charged with manslaughter by gross negligence following the death of a seven year old girl after she was seriously injured on a bouncy castle in Harlow last year.

Summer Grant, from Norwich, was taken to hospital but died a few hours later.

Shelby Thurston, 25, and William Thurston, 28, from Whitecross Road, Wilburton in Cambridgeshire were arrested in connection with the investigation.

They were charged today, (Thursday June 15), with manslaughter by gross negligence.

They were also charged with failure to discharge a general health and safety duty under the Health and Safety at Work Act.

They are due to appear at Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court on July 19.

Detectives are continuing their enquiries and are trying to trace a witness who was near the fairground rides at the time of the incident. He was described as a young black man, believed to be aged in his teens.

Excitement grows ahead of Take That concerts in Norwich

Carrow Road in Norwich being transformed ahead of sell out concerts by Take That. Credit: ITV News Anglia
Take That's Wonderland tour arrives in Norwich tonight. Credit: ITV News Anglia
The stage is almost ready for the Take That concerts in Norwich. Credit: ITV News Anglia

The stage is almost set for two of the most anticipated concerts in the East this year.

Take That are playing two sell out gigs at Carrow Road in Norwich tonight and tomorrow (Friday 16th)

The final preparations are underway with hundreds of crew members putting the stage together as well as organising sound and lighting.

Fans are also being asked to allow extra time for security checks and to only bring small bags.

Security barriers have been put in place ready for the Take That concerts in Norwich. Credit: ITV News Anglia
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