Two carers have admitted their guilt after a pensioner was abused at a Birmingham care home.
Sabrina Duncan, 40 of Shartlands Close, Cotteridge and Benter Ouma, 31 of Poplar Road, Bearwood, Warley both admitted to acting in a grossly negligent manner after 85-year-old Norah Boyle suffered a head injury when she fell from a hoist as they were putting her to bed.
The court heard how Duncan and Ouma delayed calling an ambulance to The Green Nursing Home, Kings Norton following the fall on the evening of 5 September 2013.
Police are hunting a wanted man in connection with a serious assault on a Birmingham woman.
Marvin Trevis, 25 of no fixed address, is suspected of assaulting a woman in Nechells on 25 June.
A Coventry corporate lawyer has been jailed for 11 years after raping a teenager at her home in Birmingham.
Mark Hodge, from Fillongley, was found guilty on 22 June after a six-day trial at Birmingham Crown Court of five offences including rape and sexual assault.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a collision and altercation in Kings Norton yesterday, after which a man collapsed and was taken to hospital in a serious condition.
The damage only collision took place at the junction of Brandwood Park Road and Broad Lane, leading into Monyhull Hall Road at around 8.50am on Monday 29 June, and involved a Wilmott Dixon van and a silver five door Ford Focus car.
Police are appealing for information to help trace a missing Birmingham man Peter Baker.
The 49-year-old had been staying at his sister’s house on Hillaries Road, Erdington and was last seen on Monday 15 June.