Katrice harassment case adjourned

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THE case of a woman charged with harassing the Gosport family of missing toddler Katrice Lee has been adjourned for the second time.

Donna Wright, 33, of Spennymoor in County Durham did not show up yesterday morning to the second court date so far at South Durham Magistrates’ Court in Newton Aycliffe.

She is charged with harassing Sharon and Natasha Lee, the mother and sister of Katrice.

It is alleged she sent numerous emails and Facebook messages to the both of the Lees between November 24, 2011, and December 4 last year.

The case will now be adjourned until January 30.

As previously reported in The News, the case was adjourned earlier this month on January 2.

Katrice was two-years-old when she went missing from a NAAFI shop in Paderborn, Germany in 1981.

She was living with her mother, sister and father Richard, of Hartlepool, as he was based in the town with the British Army regiment, the 15th/19th The King’s Royal Hussars.

The family of Katrice remain hopeful that she is alive and well, and possibly living with another family.