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PC Gareth Louretta said Mick Philpott was 'loud' and was accusing a woman, Lisa Willis, of kicking the door down.
PC Louretta said he saw no sign of any damage to the door and that Lisa Willis was calm. The PC decided to diffuse the situation by asking Mick Philpott to go inside.
The court heard that Mr Philpott explained to the officer that Ms Willis lived there with him and his wife Mairead, and that she had come to the property to collect her belongings and her children's clothes.
Heather Kehoe says that when she first met Mick Philpott he was charming, outgoing, and amusing.
She also told the jury that 'there was a feeling that you didn't want to upset him' and that he was 'dominant'.
Another former partner of Mick Philpott has begun giving evidence in his trial at Nottingham Crown Court.
Heather Kehoe first met Mick Philpott in 1994 when she was just 14 years old.
Lisa Willis has now finished giving evidence.
Under cross-examination from defence barrister Shaun Smyth QC, Lisa Willis agrees that Mairead Philpott was a caring & loving mother who didn't have a bad bone in her body. And that she would never put her children in danger.
Under cross-examination defence barrister Anthony Orchard suggests to Lisa Willis that she made a seven second phone call to Mick Philpott on May 1st 2012 saying to him:
"Leave me, my sister, my family alone or I will kill you."
Ms Willis tells the jury she never made any threats at all.
Defence barrister Anthony Orchard QC suggests there was regular contact between Lisa Willis and Mick Philpott in the weeks after she left the family home on Victory Road in Derby.
Lisa Willis denies repeatedly calling Mick Philpott in the weeks after she left the home on Victory Road in February 2012.
But when shown records of phone calls made from her to Mick Philpott, she accepts she may have rung him but doesn't remember doing so.
Lisa Willis resumes giving evidence at the trial of Mick Philpott, Mairead Philpott & Paul Mosley.
Ms Willis is the former mistress of Mick Philpott but left the house she shared with him in February 2012.
Mick Philpott has entered the dock in a dark suit, white shirt and a dark pink tie. Mairead Philpott is in a blue cardigan. Paul Mosley wears a grey t-shirt and black raincoat.
The former mistress of a man accused of killing his six children in a house fire in Derby, is due to resume giving evidence this morning.
Yesterday, Lisa Willis told a jury at Nottingham Crown Court that shortly after moving into the house on Victory Road, Mick Philpott had hit her with a piece of wood.
She also claimed that on another occasion he had thrown a cup of coffee at her.
But under cross-examination Ms Willis admitted that Mick Philpott was a good father, had never put his children in any danger, or shown any violence towards them.
Jade Philpott and her five brothers Duwayne, John, Jack, Jesse, and Jayden died from smoke inhalation after a blaze ripped through their home last May.
Mick Philpott, his wife Mairead and a third defendant Paul Mosley deny manslaughter.
The trial of Mick and Mairead Philpott and Paul Mosley who are charged with manslaughter after the Philpott's six children were killed in a house fire, has been adjourned for the day.