A man and two teenagers have been charged with the murder of an Indian-origin teenager who was stabbed to death in Wolverhampton in the West Midlands region of England.
Brief: A man and two teens have been charged with the June 29 stabbing death of a 16-year-old boy of Indian descent in Wolverhampton, United Kingdom. The man, named Ronan Kanda, died at the scene from two stab wounds, according to the autopsy report. “Detectives are eager to hear from anyone who may have recorded footage of an attack on a dashboard camera,” police added.
A man and two teens have been charged with the murder of a teenager of Indian descent who was fatally stabbed in Wolverhampton, West Midlands, England. Ronan Kanda, 16, was attacked in the city on Wednesday and died at the scene, prompting the West Midlands Police to open a murder inquiry.
The autopsy found that he died from two knife wounds. On Monday, Birmingham resident Josiah Francis, 20, and two unidentified 16-year-old males who cannot be named owing to their age, appeared before Wolverhampton Magistrates’ Court accused with his murder. “Ronan was a sweet, compassionate, and considerate 16-year-old.
Ronan was our son and a brother who would do anything for anyone, according to a statement sent by his family through the police. “He was a humorous individual who made everyone around him laugh.
He is ruthlessly snatched from us, and our hearts are devastated. We ask everyone to immediately pray for his soul. We will always adore you, our son and my brother, and you will continue to exist within us,” they declared.
The West Midlands Police have stated that their investigation is ongoing as they analyse CCTV footage and forensic evidence. “Detectives are eager to hear from anyone who may have been travelling in the vicinity at the time and who may have obtained dashcam evidence of the attack or its lead-up,” the police stated, referring to the Mount Road attack in Lanesfield, Wolverhampton.
A 15-year-old boy and an 18-year-old man who were detained in relation to the incident last week have been freed on police bail.