Andrew Hall, 43, was arrested after he lashed out at a nurse at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary and he died after being taken the a local police station as officers attempted to restrain him A man who shouted “they’re killing me” died following a “violent struggle” with six police officers, a coroner has told a jury.
Man shouted 'they're killing me' before dying after 'violent struggle' with police officers, inquest hears
A joiner shouted “they’re killing me” before he died in hospital following a “violent struggle” with officers at a police station, a coroner has told a jury.Father-of-three Andrew Hall was originally taken to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary in September 2016 after taking a large amount of alcohol and prescribed drugs, an inquest in Bradford heard on Thursday.
The inquest into the death of a Huddersfield man in police custody has heard there was a "violent struggle" with officers before he died.Andrew Hall was arrested whilst at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary for slapping a nurse, he had been admitted to the hospital in September 2016 after taking a large amount of alcohol and prescribed drugs, the inquest in Bradford was told.
'Loving and kind' Menston man takes his his own life A “LOVING and kind” web designer told his family he loved them the night before taking his life, an inquest heard.Isaac Arbaab Lone, 27, who lived in Menston, was well thought-of by friends but the inquest at Bradford Coroners’ Court heard that he had been suffering long-standing mental health problems.
The identity of two police officers involved in the fatal shooting of a Hull man will not be revealed at his inquest, a coroner has ruled.
Coroner Oliver Longstaff said the identity of the officers who shot Mr Skelton will be protected from the public The identity of two officers involved in shooting dead Lewis Skelton almost five years ago will not be revealed during an inquest to be held later this year.