Jury at inquest into death of Jacob Michael in custody will view CCTV from the family home before his arrest.
His mother says she'll never watch it.
About refusing to watch the footage, Christine Michael said:
"It hurts too much. I'd rather remember him as he was. It was my last memory of him."
Day two of the inquest into the death of Jacob Michael, who died in police custody after being pepper sprayed.Read the full story ›
A jury has been shown CCTV footage recorded before the death of a Widnes man in police custody after officers used pepper spray on him.Read the full story ›
The jury were shown CCTV footage from the police van which took Mr Michael to the custody suite.
The inquest heard recordings of repeated cries of "I'm sorry" followed by orders for Mr Michael to "shut up" and "stand up" as officers put him in the vehicle.
During the six minute journey Mr Micheal could be heard repeating the word "Please".
On arrival, an officer told him "stand up mate. I'm not carrying you."
The court could hear groans as mr Michael was lead away.
The hearing continues.
The inquest into the death of Jacob Michael, who died in police custody after being pepper sprayed, has opened in Daresbury.Read the full story ›
Cheshire Police are advising motorists to avoid the following areas which are affected by flooding:
- Middlewich - areas around the Trent & Mersey canal
- Northwich - town centre around the Bull Ring
- Winsford - New Road
- Warrington - Higham Avenue and surrounding areas
- Bollington - Park Lane
- Dutton (Near Frodsham) - areas surrounding the Trent and Mersey Canal.
Drivers are being advised to only make journeys that are 'absolutely necessary'.
In a statement, the force added:
"Due to continual heavy rain across the region overnight, parts of Cheshire have been subject to flooding and some of the counties roads have become impassable.
"There has been no requirement to evacuate any residents at this stage.
"Cheshire Police and other emergency services are working hard to ensure the safety of the local communities and road users, and urge motorists to only embark upon journeys that are absolutely necessary as driving conditions become increasingly difficult."