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Firearms officers were deployed as a precautionary measure but have since been stood down.
Mike Craddy, Hartlepool RNLI operations manager, said: "The crews were stood down by HM Humber Coastguard at 3.
I think it's time he stood down and gave a 'local person' the chance to help the community.
Although he stood down from his role as MAG chief executive in 2010, Mr Muirhead worked in an ambassadorial role for the company until earlier this year.
The lifeboat was stood down almost immediately after reports they were all safe.
Maguire, who will be represented by Graeme McPherson QC, with Rory Mac Neice as his solicitor, was stood down for five days for marking the horse and another two days for using the whip with excessive frequency.
A LIBERAL Democrat Holyrood candidate has stood down within hours of his selection after being accused of soliciting sex from prostitutes.
But they were stood down an hour later when they turned up at a training base in Capel Curig.
In a sign that the outbreak in Britain is largely over, the National Pandemic Flu Service will be stood down in response to the "steady reduction" in the number of cases.
A COUNCILLOR accused of rigging an online poll has stood down as the leader of his party for the second time in a week after he was reported to the Standards Board for England.
In particular, the stand-down affected LANL's Nuclear Weapons Program, including the refurbishment of three nuclear weapons to ensure their reliability, because many of these activities were stood down longer.
Robin Draycott (above), who stood down from his Castle Bromwich ward in June, died suddenly on Wednesday night.