Briton convicted of murder after drunk telling police what happened
British police have released body camera footage of a drunken UK man returning to the scene. where did he kill his father out of two.
Adrian Ellingford, 44, was stabbed several times in a residential building. in Chelmsford, Essex, in July. Marek Hekko, 26, was found guilty of the murder on Monday and sentenced to life in prison with a minimum of 26 years.
Essex police body camera footage shows Hekko approaching the scene of the July 25 incident. drink a bottle of cognac.
Hekko told the officers that he knew “what happened” and that they couldn’t investigate the murder without him.
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Hekko began exhibiting aggressive and erratic behavior, prompting the authorities to arrest him. Detectives said they carefully examined the evidence and filed charges against him within days.
“From the moment this was announced as a murder investigation, our team has worked tirelessly to gather CCTV footage, statements and gather the evidence needed to prosecute Hekko,” said Detective Chief Inspector Louise Metcalfe.
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Ellingford allegedly had a romantic relationship with one of Heko’s former partners on the night of his death.
Ellingford’s widow shared an emotional testimony, calling her late husband a “truly brilliant father”.
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“He was brutally torn from our lives by events that I still cannot understand myself or explain to our boys,” the widow said. “The impact of his death has affected many people in different ways. It’s absolutely heartbreaking.”