Priti Patel condemns the ‘shocking’ attack on a police officer who suffered a fracture of the skull and eye socket

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Priti Patel condemns ‘shock’ attack on police officer, 46, who suffered a skull and orbital fracture after being attacked while responding to call 999

  • Priti Patel has condemned the ‘shocking’ attack on a police officer on Friday afternoon
  • Officer was taken to hospital for “serious injuries” after response to incident
  • Relatively said they suffered a skull and eye socket fracture and they were ‘in bad shape’
  • Police said they are in a non-life-threatening condition and are recovering well
  • The 15-year-old and 23-year-old were arrested on suspicion of serious bodily harm

Priti Patel has sentenced a ‘shocking’ attack on a 46-year-old police officer who suffered a fracture of the skull and orbital bone.

The married father of three responded to a call from 999 in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire Friday afternoon.

The officer was taken to hospital with ‘serious injuries’ and, according to police, is in a non-life-threatening condition and is recovering well.

The Home Secretary said, “A shocking and pointless attack on a police officer yesterday.

‘Attacking our first line emergency services is completely unacceptable. I wish the officer a speedy recovery. ‘

Priti Patel (pictured) has convicted a ‘shocking’ attack on a 46-year-old police officer who suffered a fracture of the skull and orbital bone

A relative said The sun that the officer suffered a skull and eye socket fracture and “was in bad shape.”

The officer had responded to reports of an attack on a college on West Common Lane in Scunthorpe shortly after 2:40 pm on Friday.

A 15-year-old and 23-year-old were arrested on suspicion of serious bodily harm and have since been released on bail.

Detective Superintendent Craig Nicholson said in a statement: “Our investigation into this incident is ongoing and we will monitor each investigation to determine the full circumstances.

“We would like to thank the public for the warmest wishes to our officer; they are much appreciated. ‘

A family member said the officer suffered a skull and orbital fracture and was

A family member said the officer suffered a skull and orbital fracture and was “in bad shape,” while police said in a statement that the officer is in a non-life-threatening condition and is recovering well.

Two Humberside police officers were on site and responded to another incident when the reported attack took place.

Police said it was an isolated incident and there is no greater threat to the public, adding that a scene guard will remain in place while they continue their investigation.

The police officer was reportedly assaulted by the 23-year-old after trying to break up a fight with a 15-year-old.

A relative told The Sun that the officer has served in the Humberside Force for more than 20 years and believes that “he is conscious.”

The relative said, “He had been called to a college to be arrested, and one of the boy’s friends or relatives he’d talked to was taking part.”

They added that they think the officer is going to be okay, but things are going badly now.

A 15-year-old and 23-year-old were arrested on suspicion of serious bodily harm and have since been released on bail

A 15-year-old and 23-year-old were arrested on suspicion of serious bodily harm and have since been released on bail

In a statement on Friday, a Humberside police spokesman said: “ A police officer is currently in hospital and being treated for serious injuries following a sexual assault reported this afternoon, Friday, May 14 at 2:40 pm at an educational center in Scunthorpe.

Two of our agents were on site and responded to another incident when the reported attack took place.

A 15-year-old boy and 23-year-old man remain in custody on suspicion of serious bodily harm.

This is an isolated incident and there is no greater threat to the public.

“A scene guard will remain in place while we continue our investigations.”

In an updated statement on Saturday, police said: ‘Following our previous statement, the police officer who was seriously injured in the head and taken to hospital yesterday (Friday, May 14) is in a non-life-threatening condition and is recovering well. .

The officer was reported to have been attacked while responding to an emergency call on West Common Lane, Scunthorpe.

“The 15-year-old and 23-year-old arrested in connection with the incident have since been released on bail.”

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