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- Video report by Katie Oscroft
An urgent warning has been issued to young people in Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire as figures show trespass on railways is on the rise across the region.
The British Transport Police (BTP) has released footage showing some of the close calls in a bid to deter those who think playing on the tracks is something exciting to do during the summer holidays.
BTP is also stepping up patrols across the region.
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Police investigating the unexplained death of a man in Grimsby are keen to speak to a man and a woman who raised the alarm.Read the full story ›
The 'Blue Light Collaboration project' will see Lincolnshire police, fire and ambulance services come together.Read the full story ›
Emmerdale village is set to be one of the venues for the nation's biggest ever sports day on 27th August, shortly after the Rio Olympics.Read the full story ›
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A man has been charged with murder following the discovery of a body in Drummond Road in Skegness on Friday evening.
The victim, 28-year-old Lenuta Youarna Haidemac, had been reported missing from Lincoln two days earlier.
Casey Scott, of Drummond Road, Skegness will appear before Lincoln Magistrates on Wednesday 27th July.
Detectives say they would still like to speak to anyone who was in the area of Drummond Road on the evening of Wednesday 20th July and who may have witnessed any activity they believe could be relevant.
A man has been jailed for six years for a violent attack in Boston on Boxing Day 2014.
Karol Korycki, 20, from Boston, was sentenced at Lincoln Crown Court yesterday after earlier pleading guilty to a charge of assault with intent to rob.
Korycki repeatedly punched, kicked and stamped on his victim during the attack near the town’s bus station.
"You subjected your victim to a vicious, sustained attack in which you repeatedly kicked, punched and stamped on him. Much of the violence occurred when he was on the ground.
"You could quite easily have killed him or caused serious injury to his brain. It is remarkable that the injuries were not much more serious."