Detectives have confirmed that a crossbow was found at the scene of a murder which took place in the hamlet of Southburn on Friday night.Read the full story ›
Police have made a direct appeal to a man they want to speak to as a suspected murder investigation is launched in Driffield.Read the full story ›
Police have made an arrest after a man was seriously injured in an assault in Driffield.
Emergency services were called to Georges Bar on Market Walk in the early hours of the morning after a 24-year-old man was found with head injuries. He is now being treated at Hul Royal Infirmary.
A 39-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm.
The pensioner was out on his mobility scooter with a friend when he was bumped into in quick succession by an unknown man and woman.Read the full story ›
A cyclist killed in East Yorkshire has been named as 55-year-old Ian Milner - whose son Owen died in a motorcycle accident in 2014.Read the full story ›
Missing Driffield man Robert Ellis has been found safe and well.
Humberside Police officers leading the search for the 81-year-old have thanked the public for their help in locating Mr Ellis.
Concern is growing for an 81-year-old man from Driffield who has not been seen since 2.30pm yesterday.Read the full story ›
A girl who was rescued from a Ukrainian orphanage and given a new life by a couple from East Yorkshire has passed her GCSEs.Read the full story ›
A tutor from Driffield who sent indecent images of children to his partner has been jailed.
Philip Riddiford-Bell, of Skerne Road, sent pictures to Aimee Esnee, 30, after the pair met on the mobile chat app Kik.
Police found 477 indecent images, including of children as young as four, on the phone of 32-year-old Riddiford-Bell, with 164 being the most serious category.
He was jailed for three years after pleading guilty to distributing and possessing indecent images.
Esnee, 30, of Weeton, near Patrington, pleaded guilty to possession of indecent images. She was sentenced to a six months in prison suspended for two years and fined £1,000.
“Police across the country are committed to identifying and prosecuting people who make, distribute and possess indecent images of children.
"Their abhorrent fascination leads to the exploitation of young and vulnerable children.
"I hope this successful conviction serves as a warning to other offenders that they can and will be identified and face justice for their crimes.”
Police are appealing for information after a trailer full of bouncy castles was stolen from a house near Driffield.
The theft happened on Main Street in Hutton Cranswick.
The white box trailer contained a blue ocean themed bouncy castle, and two other bouncy castles, one red and one yellow.