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Four more arrests in Doncaster murder case

Two men and a woman have been arrested in connection with the death of a man in Doncaster last month.

Adam Szurgocinski was found at a house in Jubilee Road on 14th September Credit: South Yorkshire Police

The men, aged 28, 31, and a 34-year-old woman were arrested on suspicion of murder today following the death of Doncaster man Adam Szurgocinski. A 32-year-old man, who was initially arrested and bailed, has also been re-arrested on suspicion of murder.

The four people, all from Doncaster, remain in police custody while enquiries continue.

Two men arrested on Monday, also on suspicion murder, have been released on bail pending further enquiries.

Three other men who were initially arrested in connection with the death are also on bail. Mr Szurgocinski, who was 26, was found at a house in Jubilee Road at 9.20am on Sunday 14th September, suffering from a serious neck injury.

He was taken to hospital where he later died. Anyone with information should contact South Yorkshire Police on 01709 443544.

Another prisoner absconds from HMP Hatfield

Clinton Baldwin has absconded from HMP Hatfield

Police are searching for a prisoner who has absconded from HMP Hatfield in Doncaster.

38-year-old Clinton Baldwin is believed to have escaped at some point between 8pm yesterday and 8.30am this morning.

It follows a number of other escapes in the past few months. The Prison Officers Association has blamed overcrowding and understaffing.

Anyone with information is asked to call South Yorkshire Police on 101 - and not approach him.

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Police arrest two more men over Doncaster murder

Police have arrested two more men in connection with the death of a man in Doncaster.

Adam Szurgocinski, 26, from the town, was found at a house in Jubilee Road at 9.20am on Sunday September 14, suffering from a serious neck injury. He was taken to hospital but later died.

A 34-year-old man and a 32-year-old man , both from Doncaster, have been arrested on suspicion of murder.

The four men who were initially arrested remain on police bail pending further enquiries.

Three arrested at Scunthorpe-Doncaster match

Three people have been arrested at the local derby between Scunthorpe and Doncaster. Over sixty police officers were involved in the operation at Glanford Park yesterday afternoon.

All three arrests were made before the match - and involved s public order offence, being drunk and disorderly and criminal damage to a van transporting Scunthorpe fans. A number of supporters also had to be removed from the ground.

Man dies after car crash in Doncaster last month

A 22-year-old man involved in a serious collision in Doncaster last month has died as a result of his injuries.

Emergency services attended a collision between a blue Audi A4 and a loose horse in Moss Road near to the junction with Heyworth Lane, Askern on September 18.

The driver of the car, a Doncaster man, was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries.

He died yesterday.

Woman charged with murder of missing Doncaster man

A 55-year-old woman has tonight been charged with murder following the disappearance of Thomas Groome almost five years ago.

A 55 year old woman has been charged with the murder of Thomas Groome, who has been missing for almost five years Credit: South Yorkshire Police

June Buttle from Doncaster has been charged with the murder of Mr Groome and is due to appear before the town's magistrates tomorrow morning, Wednesday. Mr Groome was last seen on New Year's Day morning 2010 as he left his son's house in Thorne, Doncaster.

He was reported missing by family and police began to investigate his disappearance. A murder investigation was launched in 2012.

Buttle was initially arrested in March 2013. A 34 year-old woman and a 37 year-old man, both from Wheatley, were also arrested in March 2013 on suspicion of murder. They have both today been released without charge.

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Doncaster chosen as home of National High Speed Rail College

Doncaster is to become the home of the new National High Speed Rail College.

Doncaster chosen as home of National High Speed Rail College

The college, as well as a similar centre in Birmingham, will train thousands of new engineers, who are needed to deliver billions of pounds worth of rail contracts over the coming decades, including the new HS2 high speed rail line.

Doncaster’s fast paced rail and engineering renaissance has stepped up a gear this year with over 10,000 people employed in the sector and firms having order books in excess of £1.7billion over the next five years. There is also strong interest from companies looking to locate to one of Britain’s most important railway centres.

I am delighted that our hard work to bring the new National High Speed Rail College to Doncaster has been a success and I would like to thank everyone who has been part of our bid, or supported it. Doncaster has always led the way in terms of cutting edge rail engineering and this decision confirms our position as the home of rail. It’s a great day for Doncaster. It will offer local people, including our school leavers, the chance to gain high level engineering skills leading to well-paid jobs that are in high demand.

– Ros Jones, Mayor of Doncaster

Police close Doncaster road for anti-UKIP march

Protestors gather in Doncaster to march against UKIP

Protestors gather in Doncaster to march through the town as the second day of the UKIP conference gets underway.

Protestors gather in Doncaster to march against UKIP Credit: ITV Yorkshire

Campaigners from Stand-Up to UKIP are unhappy about some of the party's policies including its stance on immigration.

Extra police officers have been drafted into the town as the demonstration gets underway.

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