Three 15 year olds and a 16 year old have been arrested over the death of a 40 year old man in Worksop.
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A 16-year-old boy has been charged with manslaughter following the death of Glen Kitchens, 40, who was assaulted in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, on April 6.
Officers were called to Bridge Street – at the junction with Central Avenue and Ryton Street – at about 7:30pm.
Six teenagers were arrested in relation to the incident – five have since been released.
The charged 16-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, will remain in custody until his appearance at court in Mansfield tomorrow morning (April 10).
Mr Kitchens was pronounced dead at Bassetlaw District Hospital. A post-mortem examination concluded that he died from head trauma.
Five teenagers arrested over the death of a Worksop man have been released without charge. One other boy aged 16 is still being held over the murder of 40 year old Glen Kitchens at the weekend.
Officers investigating the death of 40-year-old Glen Kitchens in Worksop have made two further arrests. Two boys aged 15 and 14 have been arrested on suspicion of murder. Three 15-year-old boys and a 16-year-old boy were arrested at the weekend. In total six teenagers are in police custody.
A post-mortem examination has concluded that Mr Kitchens died from head trauma.
The 40-year-old man who died after being assaulted in Worksop town centre has been named by police. Glen Kitchens from the Sunnyside area of the town died at Bassetlaw District Hospital after the incident in Bridge Street, near its junction with Central Avenue and Ryton Street.
Tests are due to be carried out to confirm the cause of death.
Four teenagers - three aged fifteen and one sixteeen - are still being held by police after the murder of a forty-year-old man in Worksop town centre at the weekend.
A murder inquiry's underway after a forty year old man died after being attacked in Worksop town centre last night. Four teenagers, three of them just 15 years old, are tonight this evening being questioned by police. Chris Kiddey reports
Superintendent Paul Anderson from Nottinghamshire Police has given a statement to the media following the arrest of 4 teenagers over the death of a 40 year old man in Worksop.
Bridge Street in Worksop is still closed this lunchtime as police investigate the death of a man following reports of an assault last night. Four teenagers, three of them just 15 years old, have been arrested over the death of the 40 year old.