Sunday, September 12, 2010

Mother whose son attempted to save her from knifeman dies of wounds

Times staff ,}

A teen who killed the knifeman aggressive his mom was lamentation last night after she died in hospital. James Killen, 18, was removing ready for propagandize when Jonathan London, 46, a neighbour, detonate in to the 600,000 residence in St Albans with a kitchen knife. He pounded Sandra Crawford prior to her son shielded her. Mr London was stabbed and died at the scene.

Mrs Crawford, 53, was flown to sanatorium with mixed wounds. The air stewardess has been in a vicious condition at Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge given the conflict on Apr 30. She died with James by her side.

Police primarily arrested James on guess of attempted murder after the attack. However, he was expelled on bail hours after when it became transparent that he had been perplexing to urge his mother. He was described by neighbours as an smart teen who was study for his A-levels at the circuitously Sandringham School.

Police pronounced there was no well known argument in between epilepsy-sufferer Mr London, who lived with his aged parents, Jack and Maureen, and Mrs Crawford.

DCI Melanie Burn, who has been heading the review for Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Major Crime Unit, said: This is an intensely comfortless box and the thoughts are with Sandras family at this unusually unhappy and pathetic time.

Our first regard has been to find a offset and satisfactory result in this matter. The authorised routine contingency run the course, however we are anticipating to finalise this make a difference as fast as probable to concede Sandras family to suffer and begin to reconstruct their lives.

James has been bailed until Jun 22.


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