Friday, 16 December 2016

Another #Golfclap For Essex Police...

Lillo Troisi, 48, admitted manslaughter and arson this month over the fire at the Grampian flats on the Balmoral estate in Westcliff that killed 30-year-old Khabi Abrey on May 9.
The Echo can now reveal that Troisi, who lived in the same block of flats, was wanted over an incident at Barclays bank in Southend High Street on March 7, during which threats were made to two female workers.
Did Essex Police speed round to bang him up as they do with other crimes?

Reader, they did not...
Despite police racing to the scene and later gathering CCTV evidence, an attempt to arrest Troisi in April failed and he was not arrested until he was already in custody on May 9, following the fire.
Well, they didn't have to go too far at least.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Of course Essex police should have known that a man wanted for making threats (dropped by the cps) would kill someone later.
Can I have this week's lottery numbers julia as you can apparently see into the future.
Jaded.

Andrew Scarborough said...

To be fair, there are too many random nutters and too few people to keep tabs on them. Hug a cop, or at least try to help them anonymously of course, don't want to attract trouble.

JuliaM said...

"Of course Essex police should have known that a man wanted for making threats (dropped by the cps) would kill someone later. "

We aren't asking that they be psychic. Just that they do their job and arrest wanted people. Especially those who aren't 'of no fixed abode'...

"To be fair, there are too many random nutters and too few people to keep tabs on them."

They should stop letting them out then!