Smiling attacker who glassed a former friend in a pub leaving her scarred for life walks free from court

Smiling attacker who glassed a former friend in a pub leaving her scarred for life walks free from courtColleen Robson left Charlene Pulford needing stitches to a three inch gash on the top of her head after the attack in DarlingtonDespite having committed an almost identical offence four years previously, Robson was given community service and a fineThe court heard how Robson cares for her disabled mother and brother | UPDATED: 14:17 GMT, 16 December 2012 Worried: Colleen Robson was pictured smiling as she arrived at Darlington Crown Court for sentencing A woman who glassed a former friend leaving her needing a fragment of glass removed from her head walked free from court after a judge spared her a jail term. Colleen Robson attacked Charlene Pulford in Harvey's Bar, Darlington, back in June leaving her needing seven stitches in a three inch wound in the top of her head.

Convicted murderer given a job in a hospital

Convicted murderer who stabbed love rival to death with kitchen knife given job in a hospital Robert Bage was jailed for life but released on licenceHe was employed in a 'non-patient facing role' in the Unversity Hospital of North DurhamHis employers had no idea about his violent pastPublic service trade union Unison is concerned with how it happened during the recruitment process | UPDATED: 20:04 GMT, 29 November 2012 A convicted killer, who stabbed a man 40 times in a jealous rage, has been given a job at a hospital. Unions have raised concerns over the employment of Robert Bage at the University Hospital of North Durham after it was revealed his employers had no idea about his violent past. Bage, originally from the Durham area, stabbed Andrew Stanyer in 1991 after becoming jealous of the man’s relationship with his former partner and was jailed for life