A person has been charged with murder and tried murder in connection with an assault on a teacher and a teenage boy.

Caroline Kayll died in hospital following an assault within the village of Linton, Northumberland, final Sunday.

Northumbria Police stated at round 8.55pm, they obtained a report {that a} 47-year-old lady and a 15-year-old boy had been assaulted at an tackle on Foxcover.

The lady, later recognized as Ms Kayll, died in hospital whereas the teenage boy suffered critical however non-life-threatening accidents.

On Thursday, police launched particulars of Paul Robson and stated he was wished in connection with the assault.

Those enquiries targeted north of the border and – with assist from Police Scotland – Robson was arrested exterior of Glasgow on Friday.

An investigation into the circumstances across the incident has been ongoing.

Police stated Robson, 49, of Stanley Street in Wallsend, has been charged with murder and tried murder.

He will seem earlier than Bedlington Magistrates’ Court on Monday.

Ms Kayll labored as a teacher at Atkinson House college, which caters for youngsters with social, emotional and psychological well being points.

Senior investigating officer, Detective Inspector Graeme Barr, stated: “A murder investigation is at all times tragic for these concerned and our ideas exit to the households at this very tough time.

“We have had additional officers on patrol within the space involved as a result of we respect the impression that this type of incident can even have upon the broader neighborhood.

“We wish to reassure the general public that that is being handled as an remoted incident and a person has now been charged in connection with the assault and Caroline’s demise.

“I might urge members of the general public to respect the energetic authorized proceedings and chorus from speculating on social media, as this might probably prejudice the case.

“I’d wish to thank those that have come ahead with info to help us with this case, and would enchantment for anybody with additional info – who has but to take action – to get in contact.”

Anyone who believes they can help police is requested to report on-line on the Northumbria Police web site quoting log 421 19/11/20.

You can even name police on 101 or impartial charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Source: www.chroniclelive.co.uk


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