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25 Year-Old Man Rapes and Murders 72-Year-Old Woman

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A 25 year-old man, was recently charged with rape and murder of a 72 year-old pensioner who was found dead in her village.

Jane Hings

The woman’s name was Jane Hings, she was found by a carer at her bungalow in Fleckney,  Leicestershire on Sunday morning.

Jane has been described as a kind and gentle person. She lived alone and in a Saturday night and Sunday morning  there was a disturbance at her home, which relates to her murder.

The accused is Craig Keogh, who is accused of murder, two counts of rape and one of burglrary after Friday evening following Jane Hings’ death.

the police said they were also investigating whether he stole her car after it crashed into a number of cars nearby on Saturday night.

Keogh, of no fixed address, has appeared at Leicester Magistrates’ Court.

Flanked by a single female dock officer and wearing grey tracksuit bottoms, he was heard telling someone in the public gallery “Tell mum I love her, innit yeah”, before being taken.

A district judge told the tattooed defendant: “Mr Keogh, all of these offences are tied up together and will be heard in the Crown Court.

“You will be back in court on Tuesday and will be remanded in custody.”

The police also said: “A 25-year-old man has been charged with murder following the discovery of a woman’s body in a bungalow in Fleckney.

“Craig Keogh, of no fixed address, has also been charged with two counts of rape and burglary, overnight on 23 and 24 September.

“The body of 72-year-old Jane Hings was discovered at around 8am on Sunday morning. ”

Amee Niezawitowski, 41, said: “It’s so sad. Jane was such a kind and thoughtful person. I hadn’t spoken to her for a few months. I think she went into hospital for a while and we just kind of lost touch with each other.

“She knew I was always there for her if she needed anything, all she had to do was ring me.

“As far as I’m aware, she didn’t have any family. Her mother and father had died and she didn’t have any brothers or sisters.

“She’d had her health problems and kept herself to herself.

“When she was in hospital her dog Paddy stayed in her house and we would take care of him. He was pretty much everything to her.”

A resident said that:

“She was a private person and used to get taken out in her car by a church group.”

 

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Charity Worker Murdered for His iPhone in London

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A murder investigation has begun following the events of a charity worker stabbed to death by muggers who allegedly targeted the man for his iPhone 7.

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28 year-old Abdul Samad, was stabbed in the heart near his home in Little Venice.

Samad was leaving a friend’s house where he was playing computer games.

He was able to reach the doorstep, however, it was already too late. He collapsed soon after.

He worked for the Dragon Hall Trust, which helps young people improve their computer skills and participate in social, educational and recreational activities.

Two males, aged 17 and 18, were arrested as suspects of murder and are being held in custody.

iPhone?

Speaking to the Evening Standard, Abdul Samad’s brother said:

“He was geeky and loved his computers and that’s why he was helping the young people. I could understand if it was some kind of postcode war but he’s not that type of person, his friends are all geeks.

“He loved helping children. That’s the sort of person he was. This is a young life gone and such a lovely life. He was full of energy and loved the kids he worked with.”

“You’re not going to find a nicer person. It was over a phone, it’s just so senseless.”

He also said that Samad had never been involved in any kind of trouble with the police, and had never done anything wrong.

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Explosion at Swedish Police Station

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The Swedish authorities stated that a powerful explosion near a police station, has made some considerable damage to the building.

Swedish Police Bomb

So far no one has been arrested and there are no injured.

The explosion was not being treated as a terrorist attack, and there are no clues as to who was responsible yet.

“It is fair to believe that this is a consequence of the good police work we do,” police spokesman Patric Heimbrand told a news conference.

“We work in heavy criminal environments and some of them could be irritated. But to those I’d say that we cannot be influenced.”

There was a similar explosion which took place in Malmo on November 30, 2014, however that incident hasn’t been resolved.

Mr Lofven told Sweden’s TT news agency the blast was “extremely serious” and it was “an attack on our democracy”.

“Violence against police must never be accepted,” he was quoted as saying, adding that the fight against serious crime must be intensified “with stricter laws, better tools and increased resources to the police”.

 

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Seven Schoolgirls and Two Women Sexually Harassed in London

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Seven schoolgirls have been sexually assaulted in the same place in London in three months.

Schoolgirls and Women Assaulted

Two women, of 27 and 25, and seven children aged 11 to 13, have been assaulted by a man who tried to get to them before running away.

CCTV recently released footage of a man connected to the attacks.

Superintendent Lee Hill of Greenwich Police said: “These incidents were very frightening for the victims. I am appealing to the public to help identify and locate this man as quickly as possible.

“Although none of the victims have suffered physical injury, the effects of becoming a victim of sexual assault can be lasting and traumatic.

“There is a possibility that these incidents are part of a linked series of attacks as a number of victims have provided very similar descriptions of the attacker – a white man aged between 40 to 50 years old, with short white or blonde hair. This is one line of inquiry detectives are exploring.”

Mr Hill also said: “I am concerned that there may be more victims who have not yet come forward and are not receiving the support that they may need. I would urge any victims who have not yet come forward to contact police.”

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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