Teenager is remanded in custody.
a person who looks after someone who is ill or old, often a relative: the group offers support for the carers of those with dementia
carer n → in her own home.
Kyle Ebdale, 18, of Noble Street, Easington Colliery Easington Colliery is an old coal mining town in County Durham, in England. It is situated to the north of Horden, and a short distance to the east of Easington Village. Easington Colliery began when the pit was sunk in 1899, near the coast. , appeared before magistrates in Peterlee, County Durham “Durham county” redirects here. For other uses, see Durham County.
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He was remanded in custody to appear before Durham Crown Court on Wednesday.
The charges came after care worker
Audrey Turnbull, 40, was found by police unconscious inside her home in Easington Street, Easington Colliery, in the early hours of Thursday. Her Renault Clio The Renault Clio is a supermini/subcompact produced by the French automaker Renault. Originally launched in 1990, it is currently in its third generation. The Clio has seen substantial critical and commercial success, being consistently one of Europe's top-selling cars since its had been taken from outside her terraced home.
Miss Turnbull, who lives alone, sustained severe bruising to her face and bleeding to the mouth.
She was transferred to Newcastle General Hospital from Sunderland Royal and had yet to regain consciousness yesterday.
Miss Turnbull, a St John Ambulance volunteer, works at The Hawthorns Care and Rehabilitation Centre, in Peterlee, where a spokeswoman said: "Audrey has been a wonderful carer here for the past six years. Both residents and the team are very fond of her. Our thoughts are with her and her family at this very difficult time." Police are appealing for anyone who may have saw or heard anything in the area of Easington Lane, or the nearby Paradise Street, Noble Street and Oswald Terrace between the hours of 1.30 and 2.30am on Thursday to contact them on 0345 606-0365, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111..