It has been a busy week in the courts in Hull. And if you missed what’s been going on, we have put this round-up of the cases heard at the city’s courts together. Here are some of the cases that have been dealt with in the region this week. Thug battered his own grandmother for £90 in horrific robbery A man repaid a lifetime of love and care from his 83-year-old grandmother by forcing his way into her home, wrestling her to the ground, and emptying her purse in a “quite appalling” robbery. The victim had brought Nathan Brine up and “did what she could” for him after his release from prison by cooking his meals and washing his clothes. She also allowed his benefits to be paid into her bank account, Hull Crown Court heard. On May 4, the day before the robbery, she called police to remove the 24-year-old from her home because she had “had enough” of his abuse and demands for money, prosecutor Phillip Evans said. Officers had barely left the scene when Brine was back, causing an “altercation” in the west Hull street, and making “quite preposterous” claims that “she’s robbed me” and “she owes… Read full this story
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