Humberside Police have charged a woman with murder following the death of a five week old baby girl. 21-year-old Natasha Sultan has been charged with the murder of Amelia-Lilly Sultan-Curtis. Ms Sultan will appear before Hull Magistrates tomorrow morning.
Police are investigatating after a body was pulled from Hull Marina this morning. Officers recieved a call to Kingston Street just after nine. No other details have been released.
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Humberside Police and the London Metropolitan police have arrested two people from Lincolnshire this morning in connection with money laundering offences. One of the arrests was in the village of Tetney, near Grimsby.
Volunteer riders may take over from the Mounted Police in East Yorkshire after it was announced the unit will close to save money.
Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Grove says he'd like to set up a group of mounted specials who'd work at ceremonial events in place of Police riders when the unit is disbanded next year.
Chief Constable Tim Hollis says hiring in mounted police from West Yorkshire to cover events like football matches will create an annual saving of 500 thousand pounds.
A 26-year-old man has been charged with the murder of East Yorkshire antiques dealer Peter Battle.
Mr Battle, 56, was found dead at his home in Full Sutton on 7 February 2013.
Graham Richardson will appear before Beverley Magistrates Court on Saturday, 16 February charged with Mr Battle's murder.
Police have been given until later today to question a 26-year-old man in connection with a murder in East Yorkshire.
It's thought Peter Battle could have lain dead for weeks before being found in Full Sutton.
Police investigating the murder of antiques dealer Peter Battle at Full Sutton continue to question a 26 year old man from North Yorkshire. He remains in Police custody and an application is to be made to the court for a Warrant of Further Detention.
Information is still being sought in relation to activity in and around the victim's home address, Whisker Cottage, in Full Sutton from around Christmas time to February 7 this year when Mr Battle's body was discovered.
Anyone who is approached to buy items that Mr Battle was known to trade in, such as silver and gold coins and sovereigns and silver cutlery is also asked to come forward with information.
Detectives have revealed that a man found murdered at his home near York was a gold and silver antiques dealer. The body of Peter Battle, who was 56, was discovered at his house in Full Sutton almost a week ago. He'd died from severe head injuries.
Police want to find his relatives and get details of anyone who may have visited his cottage recently. A twenty six year old man has been arrested.