Stockton attempted murder – two in court after man ‘falls from height’

Stockton attempted murder – two in court after man ‘falls from height’
Stockton attempted murder – two in court after man ‘falls from height’

Andrew Hobson and Samantha Nunn are also accused of inflicting grievous bodily harm with intent following the alleged incident last month.

The pair appeared at Teesside Crown Court after a 20-year-old suffered serious injuries in Stockton.

Nunn, 32, of Sandringham Road, Thornaby, pleaded not guilty to both charges during the short hearing.

Her co-accused, 45-year-old Hobson, was not asked to enter any pleas to the charges he is facing.

The scene of the alleged attempted murder in Thornaby (Image: TERRY BLACKBURN)

Judge Howard Crowson remanded Hobson, of Sun Gardens, Thornaby, and Nunn, of Sandringham Road, Thornaby, in custody until the date of their trial.

Emergency services descended on Parkfield Way, Stockton, during the early hours of the morning on Sunday, April 7.

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A large area was cordoned off by police as forensic officers examined the scene.

A Cleveland Police spokesperson previously said that a 20-year-old was reported to have fallen from a height and sustained serious injuries.

He remains in a coma in hospital, the court heard.

The trial has been provisionally listed for five days starting on August 12 this year.

 
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