Two arrested for drug offences at conclusion of Dominic Elliott inquest

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Two men have been arrested after the conclusion of the inquest into the death of Bridlington man Dominic Elliott.

Dominic, 23, died on March 17 after drinking concentrated sulphuric acid in the form of drain cleaner at the house of world famous artist David Hockney.

His inquest concluded this afternoon (Friday August 30) after coroner Professor Paul Marks recorded a verdict of death by misadventure.

Humberside Police have now confirmed that two men have been arrested and released on police bail.

A statement said: “Humberside Police are investigating possible drug offences, however at this time no one has been charged with any offences.

“A 48 year old man and a 23 year old man have been arrested on suspicion of drug offences and have been released on police bail pending further enquiries.”