DC 1309 Alastair Crawford.
09.53 hrs started My shift at Cleveland police statn,
Report came in about a burglary at 10 millbrook Ave
Visits home of. milbrook ave with DC 945 Kellam chaytor,
visits home of Neil scott.
Sees footprints leading from nextdoor neighbours home away from neil scotts front door,looked like escape route for whoever
Knocks on scotts door he answers,walked in seen footwear,touches it,arrests neil Scott for burglary,
Takes neil scott to cleveland police station neil Made a comment”you know he did it himself”
In custody scott makes same comment “you know he did it himself”I noted this comment in my book which Neil scott sighns
At interveiw conclude at 1839,23march 2009,
Neil is taken to cells then taken from cells to get his DNA sample,Yet G4S take two samples and only Logged. ONE. sample. As 99244864 noted as SG4.blood found on the radiator.99244564 was never logged on any paperwork for courts.
yet in a freedom of information requrest for this details it is shown as Both Are DNA.Both taken on 23 march. At 1839 Hrs.by. TWO. G4S reliance staff members. Only one is Logged.
Whilst Scott was in Cells I took Myself ONLY and Without Kellam Chaytor. to scotts house and find tools and samba trainers from scotts house at 155 marshall Ave,
at 1839hrs I wrote a statement that on 23 march 2009 I have in my possession SG4 blood sample found on the radiator at Millbrook Ave and that it does belong to neil scott,and that Id dC Crawford sent SG4 to the forensics for testing.
Witnesses statements for continuity
first on the scene of the crime at 10 milbrook ave brambles farm ,nextdoor to apparent burglar Neil Scott at 155 Marshall ave brambles farm,
As soco forensics its our job to go to this burglary and without Contamination for continuity we collect evidence to send for testing at forensics at Huntingdon forensics Labs.
We arrived at milbrook ave to collect 3 samples of blood listed as SG3 SG4 SG5,we packed all samples together with footprints/photographs,and send them to forensics soco lab at northormesby labs to be delivered to HQ ladgate Lane Middlesbrough,this we did deliver 3 samples of blood listed to give to Milner at HQ,she took delivery logged and sent them to forensics all 3 samples packed together,we also gave Cockrain the photos to send to labs for testing,which they both logged as received on 23 march 2009 at 0453
hrs,at no time was this case for Continuity unblemished tampered with by anyone other than Forensics soco.
I took all packed together Photographs,all 3 samples of blood SG3/SG4/SG5.to milner and cockrain at 0453 hrs 23 march 2009
HQ Ladgate Lane M/Brough.
At 0453HRS 23 march 2009,I took delivery from Pacey one sample Not packed together with SG3 and or SG5. Logged as SG4 only by me.
Cockrain,at 0453HRS 23 march 2009
I took delivery of all photographic evidence to send onto elsewhere to be tested,from pacey at 0453HRS 23march 2009.
We took sample of SG4 from delivery driver on 17 april2009.only After this Period we Could accout for the blood sample,SG4. for testing we received it from cleveland police in which we tested SG4 which was not Packed together with SG3 or SG5 and SG4 tested positive for being the blood of neil Scott although we couldn’t tell you what blood type his Blood Contained from a full-dripped-blood- found- on- a -radiator- un-Contaminated found at the bottom of a flooded staircase,
Forensics didn’t say Who they received SG4 Blood from at cleveland police station.17 april 2009 in there testimonies at teeside Crown court,they didn’t go to court to give tesimony as it was read out in court on their behalf.
TROUBLE IS I LIVE AT 155 PALISTER AVE BRAMBLES FARM,and the trainers,crowbar,were Not even tested for Conclusive use inside the burglary By forensics as evidece taken from 155 Marshal ave brambles farm.
All 6 judges in this trial received this evidence.
CPS delivered this case to prosecute me for burglary received this evidence for court trial.
IPCC received this evidence in a number of Complaints made by me and Dispenced My complaints forthwith
This was the continuity of the case for the prosecution