Police name Hockley attack victim

Police name Hockley attack victim

Police name Hockley attack victim

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POLICE have named the man who died in hospital after being assaulted in Hockley.

Peter Wilmot, 41, was found unconscious in the Broad Walk area shortly before 7am on Saturday by a member of the public.

He was taken to Southend Hospital by paramedics, but later transferred to Romford’s Queens Hospital. On Monday he died.

Detectives are continuing to investigating the homicide.

A post-mortem examination was conducted on Wednesday and a provisional result showed the Mr Wilmot of Colbert Avenue in Southend died from head injuries.

Glen Cooper was arrested on Saturday in Westcliff and later charged with one count of causing grievous bodily harm.

The 36-year-old warehouseman from Broad Walk in Hockley appeared at Southend Magistrates Court on Monday.

He was remanded in court custody prior to his court appearance at Basildon Crown Court week commencing on Tuesday, May 6.

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3:19pm Thu 6 Feb 14

pembury53 says...

I wonder what instigated such violence..... unusual for one individual to carry out such an attack
I wonder what instigated such violence..... unusual for one individual to carry out such an attack pembury53
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2:37pm Fri 7 Feb 14

robb789 says...

pembury53 wrote:
I wonder what instigated such violence..... unusual for one individual to carry out such an attack
Especially in Hockley where a good old fashioned dual is the normal way to resolve 'differences'
[quote][p][bold]pembury53[/bold] wrote: I wonder what instigated such violence..... unusual for one individual to carry out such an attack[/p][/quote]Especially in Hockley where a good old fashioned dual is the normal way to resolve 'differences' robb789
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