US News Family’s new tribute for tragic midwife Samantha Eastwood

14:56  10 august  2018
14:56  10 august  2018 Source:   msn.com

Samantha Eastwood's Family Thanks Public For Support After Body Found In Search For Missing Midwife

  Samantha Eastwood's Family Thanks Public For Support After Body Found In Search For Missing Midwife The family of midwife Samantha Eastwood have thanked the public for their support after police found a body. A body, believed to be that of the missing 28-year-old, was discovered by officers near Caverswall on Saturday, Staffordshire Police said. A 32-year-old man, who had previously been released on bail, was re-arrested on suspicion of murder. Two other men, aged 28 and 60, have been arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender, the force said.The trio of men remain in custody.In a statement released by Staffordshire Police, Eastwood’s family said: “The family of Samantha would like to ask that their privacy is respected at this terrible time.

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Floral tributes to Samantha Eastwood at the University Hospital of North Staffordshire (Aaron Chown/PA) © Provided by The Press Association Floral tributes to Samantha Eastwood at the University Hospital of North Staffordshire (Aaron Chown/PA)

The family of tragic midwife Samantha Eastwood have released a new photograph of the 28-year-old, thanking the public for their support since her death.

Miss Eastwood’s body was found in a shallow grave in a rural area near Caverswall, Staffordshire, on Saturday.

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Three arrested after body found in missing midwife search

  Three arrested after body found in missing midwife search A body has been discovered during a search for a missing midwife in Staffordshire, as it emerged three men have been arrested by police. Samantha Eastwood, 28, was last seen when she left her night shift at the Royal Stoke Hospital at 7.47am last Friday.A body was discovered by police investigating her disappearance around midday on Saturday and is yet to be formally identified ahead of a post mortem.Staffordshire Police stated: "Specialist officers are supporting Samantha's family as this difficult time.

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The grim discovery brought the search for Miss Eastwood to a close, eight days after she was last seen.

Former Keele University student Miss Eastwood, from Baddeley Green in Stoke-on-Trent, worked at the Royal Stoke Hospital, where staff described her as a “much-loved and valued” colleague.

Samantha Eastwood missing © Provided by The Press Association Samantha Eastwood missing In a statement released through Staffordshire Police on Friday, along with a picture of a smiling Miss Eastwood at her graduation ceremony, the family said: “From the age of 12 all Samantha wanted to be was a midwife.

“She had to work very hard to achieve her goal.

“Samantha may no longer be here but her memory and legacy will live on.

“Thank you to everyone for their kind thoughts for our family.”

‘Brother-in-law’ is charged over midwife murder: Husband, 32, of her ex’s sister is suspect in death of Samantha Eastwood

  ‘Brother-in-law’ is charged over midwife murder: Husband, 32, of her ex’s sister is suspect in death of Samantha Eastwood Michael Stirling, aged 32, from Cromer Road, Stoke-on-Trent will appear before North Staffordshire Magistrates Court tomorrow morning. Samantha's body was discovered during a police search of rural ground near to Caverswall on Saturday 4 August. The midwife, from Baddeley Green, near Stoke-on-Trent, had been reported missing on Friday 27 July after she was last seen walking out of Royal Stoke University Hospital in her scrubs last Friday.Two other men aged 60 and 28, who were arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender, have been released on conditional bail while enquires are ongoing.

The family of midwife Samantha Eastwood have thanked the public for their support after police found a body. Tributes have flooded in for the midwife , aged 28, after her body was discovered by " Midwives support not only women but also each other in some of the most tragic of circumstances.

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Mourners for Samantha Eastwood © Provided by The Press Association Mourners for Samantha Eastwood A fundraising appeal for the midwife has almost hit its new £15,000 target.

A 32-year-old man has been charged with her murder.

Michael Stirling, the brother-in-law of Miss Eastwood’s ex-fiance, John Peake, will appear at Northampton Crown Court for a plea hearing on October 5.

His trial date was also provisionally set for February 4 next year, but the judge told him that the complexities of the case meant that date was unlikely to remain fixed.

Two other men, aged 28 and 60, who were arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender, remain on conditional police bail while inquiries continue.

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The death of Barry Chuckle also makes the fronts.The Times leads with an increase in the number of girls being treated for self-harm, with pressures of school and social media being blamed for the rise.

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