A Hairdresser was charged with murder after her husband was discovered stabbed to death. Let’s see who is Teresa Hanson and Paul Hanson murder case in detail.
Paul Hanson murder:
Dad-of-two Paul Hanson, 54, was attacked at his residence in the East Yorkshire village of West Cowick just three days after Christmas.
On December 28, police were called to the home on Little London Lane at 7.15pm after learning that the 54-year-old had been stabbed.
He was taken immediately to the hospital, but regrettably, he couldn’t be rescued and was soon pronounced dead.
Mr. Hanson was the site manager for Sword Construction UK, and his work vehicle was visible sitting in the driveway of the scene in the West Cowick village’s Little London Lane.
Police started the homicide investigation and Paul Hanson’s wife was detained by the police.
There was no wider risk to the public, according to Humberside Police, but officers would remain in the area in the coming days.
Police have now charged a woman, 53, with murder, after the death of 54 year old Paul Hanson. Teresa Hanson, of West Cowick, is due to appear at Hull Magistrates Court today https://t.co/F2DhJVqg0A
— BBC Radio Humberside (@RadioHumberside) December 31, 2022
Who is Teresa Hanson?
Following the passing of father-of-two Paul Hanson, Teresa Hanson, 53, of West Cowick has been remanded into custody.
— Humberside Police (@Humberbeat) December 31, 2022
According to Humberside Police, she will appear before Hull Magistrates Court today.
On December 29, forensic experts went to the scene of the semi-detached, cream-rendered house.
Then, according to the police, a woman, 53, was detained while investigations were ongoing after being arrested on suspicion of murder.
Just a few days prior, Paul had celebrated Christmas with his daughter Sherri and grandchild.
Detective Chief Inspector Nicola Burnett said:
“We understand that news of a tragic incident such as this will cause shock and concern to people in the village and surrounding areas.
“However, I wish to reassure people that this was an isolated incident between people who were known to each other and, as such, there is no wider risk to members of the public. Officers will remain in West Cowick over the coming days whilst we continue with our investigation, and a scene guard will remain in place.
“Please come to talk to us if you have any concerns, or information that may assist with our inquiries.”
Anyone with information can contact the police on 101 quoting log 435 of 28 December.
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