Nottinghamshire Police say a 28-year-old man, who was arrested on suspicion of murder over the deaths of a man and woman at a house in Worksop, is receiving treatment in hospital. Tests to establish how they died and formal identification are expected to conclude tomorrow.
A 28-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after the bodies of a man and woman were found at a house in Hardwick Road East, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, just before 7am on Monday. Detectives say they are working to establish the circumstances surrounding their deaths.
A police officer died after he crashed into a tree while out cycling with friends.
Detective Inspector Pete Parchment was cycling near Pateley Bridge in NorthYorkshire when he hit the tree on Wednesday at around 10.40am.
The 49-year-old suffered serious injuries and despite the efforts of his friends and paramedics, was pronounced dead at the scene.
At this stage it appears no one else or any other vehicles were involved, a force spokewoman said.
The officer, who was wearing a cycle helmet at the time of the incident, had served with Nottinghamshire Police for nearly 24 years.
Nearly a million calls have been made to Nottinghamshire Police’s new non-emergency number during its first year in operation. The 101 number was launched on Monday 7 November 2011 and was designed to help keep communities safe by giving people one easy way to contact officers.
And since the number went live about 990,000 non-emergency calls have been made to 101.