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Man remanded over 'attempted axe murder' of Pc

The man was reportedly armed with an axe Credit: The Star, Sheffield

A man accused of the attempted murder of a female police officer using an axe was remanded in custody on Friday.

The officer suffered multiple serious injuries, while her male colleague was also hurt during the incident in Gleadless, Sheffield, on Wednesday evening.

Lisa Bates and her partner had been responding to a domestic incident at around 7.50pm, where a man was reportedly armed with an axe.

Pc Bates lost a finger during the attack and also suffered a fractured skull and broken leg.

Nathan Sumner, 35, appeared at Sheffield Magistrates' Court on Friday charged with a string of offences, including attempted murder.

He was remanded in custody to appear at Sheffield Crown Court on May 13.

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Police cordon in place near stream where woman's body was found

A police cordon is in place near a stream in Sheffield where a woman's body was found this morning.

Credit: ITV News

Officers searching for missing student Caroline Everest discovered the body at 3.45am.

Formal identification is yet to take place, but the teenager's family has been informed of the development.

Police have a wide area around the scene cordoned off Credit: ITV News
The brook where the body was found Credit: ITV News

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Body found in search for missing student Caroline Everest

Caroline Everest was last seen at a nightclub on Sunday morning. Credit: Police handout

The body of a woman has been found in a river by police searching for missing student Caroline Everest.

The 18-year-old has been missing since early on Sunday morning, when she was last seen at a nightclub in Sheffield.

"Officers searching the area this morning found the body of a woman in a river in Summerfield Street, at the bottom of Ecclesall Road, at around 3.45am," a South Yorkshire Police spokesman said.

"She has not yet been formally identified, but police believe it to be Caroline Everest. Her family has been informed and are being supported by specially-trained officers."

Officers are still trying to establish the circumstances surrounding her death.

Scougall hoping for Sheffield United fan power

Sheffield United midfielder Stefan Scougall believes the Bramall Lane supporters can spur the Blades into the League Cup final.

The League One side are a goal down from the first leg, but are in confident mood ahead of the second leg.

Stefan Scougall is looking to cause an upset. Credit: PA

"There is nothing for us to fear and we are going to try to cause an upset - like what happened at the weekend (in the FA Cup fourth round) with Middlesbrough beating Manchester City and Bradford beating Chelsea.

"We have proved ourselves over the last year whenever we have played a team in a higher league that there is nothing to fear. We can go out and cause another upset.

"I think you will have around 30,000 Blades fans at Bramall Lane on Wednesday night, so I think that is going to help us and drive us on a little bit more."

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