Woman, 53, charged with murder after dad-of-two, 54, stabbed to death days after spending Xmas with family | The Sun

A WOMAN has been charged with murder after a dad-of-two was stabbed to death.

Paul Hanson, 54, was attacked at his home in West Cowick, in the East Riding of Yorkshire, on Wednesday night.

He was rushed to hospital but sadly couldn't be saved and was declared dead shortly after.

Teresa Hanson, 53, has been charged with murder. She will appear in Hull Magistrates Court on Saturday.

Paul had spent Christmas with his daughter Sherri and grandson just days earlier.

Sherri had posted beaming photos online with the caption: "We've had the best day today with family".

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It is understood the dad-of-two was a site manager at Sword Construction UK.

Paul's family are now being supported by specially trained officers.

Detective Chief Inspector Nicola Burnett earlier 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 wish to reassure people that this was an isolated incident between people who were known to each other and, as such, there is no wider risk to members of the public.

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“Officers will remain in West Cowick over the coming days whilst we continue with our investigation, and a scene guard will remain in place.

"Please come to talk to us if you have any concerns, or information that may assist with our enquiries."

Anyone with information can call police on 101 quoting log 435 of 28 December.

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