Yorkshire news 'Happy-go-lucky' man wrongly named paedophile by police took own life PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Brian Temple was just 34-years-old when he died

Yorkshire news 'Happy-go-lucky' man wrongly named paedophile by police took own life PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Brian Temple was just 34-years-old when he died

Yorkshire news  'Happy-go-lucky' man wrongly named paedophile by police took own life PremierLeague-News.Com
21 June 2022 - 11:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! An inquest has heard how a man took his own life following a "human error" in which police wrongly named him as a paedophile. Brian Temple was 34-years-old when he died on December 31, 2017. Brian, from Redcar, had been arrested on June 8, six months earlier, for allegedly stealing a packet of sausage rolls from Greggs. On Monday, June 20, during the first day of the inquest at Teesside Magistrates Court, it was heard after arriving home from custody, Mr Temple gave his release papers to his then-girlfriend. Not known to Mr Temple, the letter contained an error made by the police which produced the wrong information. The letter stated he had been in custody for inciting sexual relations with a 13-year-old girl, which he had not, TeessideLive reports. Read More: Terence Papworth 'scratched her initial on his groin' ahead of trial for killing Yorkshire mum Teesside Coroner's Court heard Mr Temple's then-girlfriend began telling people the incorrect information, which caused people to lash out at the man. He was reportedly verbally abused in the street, attacked in his own home and hit around the head with a golf club. To deal with the onslaught he had experienced, the court heard Mr Temple began to drink heavily and take a mixture of both prescribed medication and recreational drugs, such as cocaine. Coroner Claire Bailey explained that a toxicology report carried out by Dr Cooper found Brian had 134mg of alcohol in his system, as well as a mixture of cocaine and prescription drugs, but that these did not contribute to his death. Dr Cooper concluded Mr Temple's death was as a result of hanging. His body was found by his brother after his mum's partner became concerned that they had not heard from him all day.

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. His mum described her son as "happy go lucky" but that the ordeal with incorrect release papers caused him to become closed off and depressed. The court heard that after news spread of the release papers, Mr Temple reported threats and assaults to the police, and the force's welfare checks reportedly made this worse and somewhat fuelled the fire of the incorrect rumours. His brother, who was in attendance at the inquest at Teesside Magistrates Court, spoke of his closeness to Mr Temple and how they'd grown up being "anti drug" - explaining Mr Temple began taking drugs to cope with the constant attacks and assaults he was experiencing in the months leading to his passing. Although he had depression, his brother explained in his statement that he never indicated suicidal tendencies and said the mistake on the release sheet "would drive anyone mad". In her statement, Mr Temple's sister in law explained how the mistaken charge sheet was found in his pocket at the time of his death and she explained how she believed the police had a "duty of care" for vulnerable people such as her brother in law, as he was suffering from mental health issues at the time of his arrest. Officer Owen read out numerous statements from police officers who had dealt with Mr Temple in the run up to his death, and around the time of his arrest and the incorrect papers being issued. Detective Sergeant Agar of Cleveland Police said in his statement that he had dealt with Mr Temple's complaint of the incorrect papers on November 28, 2017, and had said the bail sheet was "a genuine human error". The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) began an investigation after Mr Temple's passing, so an error like this one would never happen again at Cleveland Police. They concluded that human error was the main judgement of the papers and this occurrence was "incredibly unusual". The inquest continues. Read next: Martin Lewis issues urgent 'act now' warning to every energy customer after price 'spike' Matt Lucas appears on BBC One Show with his mum and fans are left stunned by new look Million Pound Pawn broker leaves worried tea lady in utter tears with Rolex offer Read More Related Articles X Factor star's tragic heartbreak as fiancée dies on wedding day Read More Related Articles 'Untouchable' Huddersfield balaclava biker caught on video 'intimidating and abusing' terrified driver

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