Two teenagers and a woman have been charged following an alleged stabbing in Derbyshire.
A 17-year-old boy, a 16-year-old boy and a 33-year-old woman have been charged with wounding with intent to cause harm after one man received stab wounds in Langley Mill.
The incident happened at 12.45am on Saturday 22 April.
Tina Hicking and the 17-year-old will appear at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates’ Court today. The 16-year-old has been released under investigation while enquiries continue.
Three men accused of murdering a mother, her 6-month old daughter and a teenage boy by starting a flat fire in a Derbyshire village, have been found guilty.
Pete Eyre and his two sons Anthony and Simon Eyre were all found guilty by unanimous verdicts.
The jury in the trial of three men accused of starting a fire in which a mother, her 6-month old baby daughter, and a teenage boy died, has retired to consider its verdict.
17 year old Amy Smith, her daughter Ruby-Grace Gaunt & 17 year old Edward Green died in the blaze at a flat on North Street at Langley Mill in Derbyshire in June last year.
Pete Eyre & his two sons Anthony & Simon Eyre are charged with murder. All three deny the charges.
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A man has been attacked on his own driveway by two men.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the attack, which happened at 6:30am on September 29.
The victim walked out of his house on Cromford Road in Langley Mill and was approached by two men. One man demanded that he hand over his house keys, and then punched him in the face and in the ribs.
The man is described as white, between 30 and 40 years old, 5ft10in tall, of medium build and wearing dark clothing.
The second man was described as having dark skin, aged 30-40 years-old and he was also wearing dark clothing.
Anyone with information is asked to contact DC Cala Millwaters on 101 quoting crime reference number 42030/15.
Officers investigating the flat fire in Langley Mill in which three people died are to spend the next two days in the community, appealing for witnesses.
Several people have come forward with information regarding the fire, however, police still believe that there are missing details.
Police are running a mobile station, which will be at several locations across the town on 13 and 14 July. Officers will be handing out appeal leaflets and posters, asking anyone who knows something to come forward.
Amy Smith, 17, and her six and a half month-old daughter Ruby-Grace Gaunt, died in the fire along with friend Edward Green, 17, from Belper.
There could be people out there who saw something suspicious that night but who haven’t come forward because they think what they saw is insignificant. “I would urge them to get in touch because their information could be important to the officers who are trying to build a bigger picture of exactly what happened.”
A man and his two sons have been charged in connection with the fire. Peter Eyre, 43, and Anthony Eyre, 21, of Sandiacre and Simon Eyre, 24, of Long Eaton have each been charged with three counts of murder.
Anyone with information should call police on 101.
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Three men have appeared in court after they were charged with the murder of three people who died in a flat fire in Derbyshire.
All three defendants have appeared before a district judge at Chesterfield Magistrates Court and were remanded into custody.
They will next appear at Nottingham Crown Court on Monday.
Specialist fire investigation officers continue to work with Derbyshire Police with a hope of finding the cause of the tragic event that took place on North Street Langley Mill, on Sunday 21 June 2015.
The fire on NorthStreet, Langley Mill, in which Amy Smith, her daughter Ruby-Grace and friend Edward Green tragically lost their lives has had a huge impact on the fire and rescue service.
“The fire service works tirelessly to ensure the safety of everyone in the community and for firefighters who worked in exceptionally difficult conditions to try and rescue the deceased, it is extremely difficult to accept this tragic loss of life. The thoughts of everyone within the fire and rescue service are with both families at this sad time.
“Specialist fire investigation officers will continue to work with Derbyshire police to ensure that a thorough and robust investigation takes place to ascertain the actual cause of the fire.”
A fourth man has been arrested over a fatal flat fire in Derbyshire which killed three people, including a mother and her baby daughter.
Derbyshire Police said officers had arrested a 24-year-old at an address in Long Eaton on suspicion of murder.
Three men were already being questioned by detectives after 17-year-old Amy Smith and her six-month-old daughter Ruby-Grace Gaunt died in the blaze in Langley Mill, Derbyshire, early on Sunday.
Ms Smith's friend Edward Green, 17, was also killed in the fire.
The baby's father, Shaun Gaunt, and two other people are also thought to have been caught up in the blaze.
A force spokesman said it had been granted an extension by magistrates for more time to question the three men all of whom were arrested on suspicion of murder.
A 17-year-old from Long Eaton, and two others aged 43 and 21, and from Sandiacre, were taken into custody late on Monday night.
The cause of the fire, first reported in the early hours of Sunday, remains unknown and investigations are continuing.