TOP STORIES: Brownhills baby death- driver remanded in custody & Police inspector demoted
A man charged with causing death by dangerous driving has appeared has been remanded in custody pending his appearance at Wolverhampton Crown Court on 4 May.
James Paul Davis aged 34 and from Walsall was a driver in an incident where two-week-old Ciaran Leigh Morris died in hospital shortly after a collision between two cars resulted in a BMW hitting his pram in Brownhills on Easter Sunday.
A police inspector who mocked a teenage detainee for crying in a custody block and used unnecessary force to pick him up off the floor has been demoted to the rank of sergeant. Inspector Matthew Downs also swore at a colleague and turned a cell light off after the 17-year-old detainee said he was scared of the dark. Dispiplinary panel chairman Nick Hawkins said a final written warning would not serve to maintain public confidence in policing.
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