The family of Adrian McDonald have been left unsatisfied and devastated after a jury reached their conclusion into the reason for his death.
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The brother of Adrian McDonald expressed his anger after an inquest jury unanimously concluded the reason behind his death today (November 28).
They concluded that the 34-year-old died from ‘effects of cocaine and stress caused by the incident’ back in December 2014.
A jury who will determine the reason for Adrian McDonald’s death has today been told to consider if the police missed opportunities to help him survive.
Hanely’s Town Hall was illuminated green on Wednesday 21 November to mark the launch of the NSPCC’s ‘Light for Every Children’ Christmas appe
A man who died in police custody in Stoke-on-Trent may have died from a combination of cocaine and stress of being tasered and bitten by a police dog, an inquest heard.
A jury at Hanley Town Hall heard how Adrian McDonald, 34, of Dalton, Huddersfield had high levels of cocaine and evidence of cannabis and alcohol in his system at the time of his death.
A Staffordshire Police inspector has recalled at an inquest how he tried to save the life of Adrian McDonald four years ago.
The jury at Hanley Town Hall heard how now retired Inspector Richard Bills attended the scene in Newcastle-under-Lyme and provided mouth to mouth in efforts to resuscitate the 34-year-old.
A Stoke-on-Trent doctor spoke of his regret after he failed to send a five-year-old girl to hospital just 12 hours before she died, an inquest heard.
Ifza Mazhar, of Regent Street, Stoke, died of a rare infection after collapsing at home.
A coroner is writing to police with suggestions for change following the inquest into a Cobridge man’s death in police custody.
The inquest into the death of a Cobridge man has heard of changes at the police custody suite where he died.
The death of a Cobridge man in police custody could not have been prevented, an inquest has heard.