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Arrest after ‘cries of distress’ heard at Nottingham address

A 34-year-old man has been arrested after residents reported screaming and shouting to Nottinghamshire Police.

Officers attended the incident in The Wells Road, Mapperley at around 11.30pm on Sunday (13 June) and the force’s public protection team launched an investigation.

A man was arrested yesterday on suspicion of engaging in coerceive and controlling behaviour.

Detective Sergeant Sarah Jackson said: “It can be extremely concerning for members of the public to hear cries of distress and we will always take these reports seriously.”We’ve been carrying out thorough enquiries and the investigation has now led to a man being arrested.

“We won’t tolerate abuse and violence in Nottinghamshire.”

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The man remains in custody while enquiries continue.

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