Three people have been arrested following an incident in Prettyman Crescent, New Waltham, Grimsby during which a man sustained cuts and bruising.
Police want to trace witnesses to the alleged attack which appears to have initially been a dispute or misunderstanding between two motorists, one driving a Nissan Micra and the other driving a Volkswagen Transporter van. The incident is believed to have escalated with others allegedly becoming involved and the driver of the van sustaining a number of injuries.
It is believed that the incident took place at around 8:20pm on Thursday 19 November 2015 and police are now appealing for independent witnesses in order to establish the circumstances leading to the man becoming injured.
The three arrested, a 20 year old woman, a 22 year old man and a 45 year old man have been released on bail pending further enquiries.
Police investigating the unexplained death of a man in Victoria Street in Grimsby on Sunday 6 September are releasing a CCTV image of a woman who they believe could hold information of interest to the inquiry.
35-year-old Patrick Donoghue died after he was reported to have collapsed in an alleyway near McDonalds in Victoria Street, Grimsby at around 1pm on Sunday 6 September 2015.
Enquiries have been ongoing into the circumstances of the death of the man which has led to the arrest of four people, 3 men and a woman whose ages range between 24 and 36. All four are currently on police bail.
The woman police would like to speak to and who is shown in the CCTV still, is thought to have walked along the alleyway as a passing member of the public around the time of the incident. She is not believed to be connected in any way but it is possible she may have some information which may assist our enquiries.
Grimsby is a prime example of how wind energy can be used to grow an area's economy, according to a report released today.
The Green Alliance says the town has benefited from the growth of offshore wind in the past fifteen years, but its future will be driven by government energy policy.
Relatives who lost five family members in a crash in Lincolnshire are calling for a public inquiry.
David and Angela Cockburn, from Chester-le-Street in County Durham, died alongside their children Carly and Beth - and Beth's daughter Lacie, who was just a year old.
The family had been travelling to a dance competition when their car collided head-on with a lorry near Grimsby in 2013. The Crown Prosecution Service has written to surviving family members saying no-one will face any criminal charges.
A man in Grimsby has been arrested after a standoff with armed officers.
Humberside Police were called at 8.40pm last night reporting a disturbance at an address on Weelsby Street, Grimsby where someone was reportedly threatened with a firearm.
Armed response officers were deployed to the area and following enquiries attended a second address on Weelsby Street.
At around 6.20am today (November 8) following a stand off a 26-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of affray and firearm possession with intent to raise fear of violence.
He remains in police custody at this time.
A firearm was recovered at the second address following the stand-off.
A number of cordons were put in place during the incident.
Police investigating a serious sexual assault at Grimsby's Welholme Galleries in July have released an E-fit image of a suspect.Read the full story ›
Police are trying to find a man who is believed to have been injured in Grimsby earlier this week.
A man covered in blood was seen staggering along Corporation Road on Tuesday morning. He stopped a passerby to ask for help. He is described as being dressed in jeans with a striped dressing gown over a bare chest. He was carrying a wad of cash in his hands and is thought to be aged in his 30s, of medium build and 5ft 10ins tall.
He was also seen close to the Railway Street footbridge, but despite searches by police in the area, he was not found.
Officers say they are concerned for his safety because of the description of his injuries and blood loss, and are keen to find him.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Humberside Police.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a 12-year-old boy had a phone stolen as he walked to school.
The incident took place in Grange Walk at the junction with Limber Vale in Grimsby.
The boy reported being approached by a tall white man riding a black mountain bike who reached into the boy's blazer pocket and took his Nokia Lumia mobile phone after disconnecting his headphones.
The man was said to be between 20 and 30 years of age, wearing a grey tracksuit and grey baseball cap and carrying a child’s pink scooter.
The funeral's taken place of 11-year-old Jodie Rogers who died when a car collided with her bike in Grimsby three weeks ago.Read the full story ›
The funeral will be held today of an 11-year-old girl who was knocked off her bike in September.
Jodie Rodgers, from Grimsby, died from head injuries after the accident on Park Street.
Members of the local community in Cleethorpes raised thousands of pounds to help pay for the funeral, despite Jodie only moving to the area in the preceding weeks.