Death of vulnerable mum 'should have been treated as a potential homicide', says coroner

Death of vulnerable mum 'should have been treated as a potential homicide', says coroner
 

Failings by Cleveland Police over its investigation into the death of a vulnerable mum-of-three have been criticised by a coroner.
Nicola Roberts died at the Ingleby Barwick home of her former partner and ex Manchester United footballer Paul Wratten on March 12 last year.
Teesside acting senior coroner Clare Bailey today concluded that the 39-year-old died of a head injury.
But she said she could not determine how she received it as the initial police investigation had led to the loss of forensic evidence.
Ms Bailey said that the handling of the death should have been managed as a potential... read more

 
11 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 38
Source: Gazette Live
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