Lee Irving murder trial: 'Police visited while Lee was allegedly seriously injured upstairs'

Lee Irving murder trial: 'Police visited while Lee was allegedly seriously injured upstairs'
 

Police visited the house where prosecutors say vulnerable Lee Irving was murdered - but had no idea he was allegedly being kept upstairs in a seriously injured state at the time.
Four officers attended the address in Kenton Bar, Newcastle, after a call by Julie Mills requesting an ambulance for her son, alleged murderer James Wheatley.
Prosecutors say Lee was being kept in a room upstairs by Wheatley’s then-girlfriend, Nicole Lawrence, during the visit so police didn’t see his injuries, although she denies this.
An officer who attended the house said Wheatley was complaining about his skin... read more

 
11 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 43
Source: Sunday Sun
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