Paul Hanson Wiki – Paul Hanson Biography
Officers were taken to the house in West Cowick, in the East Riding of Yorkshire, last night following reports of an assault.
Paul Hanson, 54, was rushed to hospital but sadly could not be saved and was pronounced dead shortly after.
Police confirmed that a 53-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of murder and remains in custody.
Paul had spent Christmas with his daughter and his grandson in the house he shares with his wife Teresa from him a few days before.
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His daughter Sherri had posted beaming photos online with the caption: “Had the best day with the family today.”
The father-of-two is understood to have been a site manager at Sword Construction UK.
A neighbor said: “Paul and Teresa had lived there for about five years.
“We didn’t know them particularly well, but they were always friendly and polite.
“Paul was a bit more reserved, but Teresa was quite talkative. They seemed pretty placid to be honest.
“It looked like they had a lovely Christmas. They must have had the whole family around because there were so many cars parked outside.
“The last time I saw Paul was around 11:30 a.m. yesterday morning when he left in the van. He came back 25 minutes later with some shopping and that was the last I saw of him.”
Paul’s family is now supported by specially trained officers.
Police confirmed that he and the suspect knew each other and are not looking for anyone else in connection with the horror.
Detective Chief Inspector Nicola Burnett said: “We understand that news of a tragic incident such as this will cause shock and concern to people in the village and surrounding areas.
“However, I want to reassure people that this was an isolated incident between people who knew each other and as such there is no increased risk to members of the public.
“Officers will remain in West Cowick for the next several days as we continue our investigation, and a scene guard will remain in place.
“Come talk to us if you have any concerns or information that can help with our inquiries.”
Anyone with information can call the police on 101 citing record 435 from December 28. Read More….