Mikey Roynon Death, Obituary – Mikey Roynon was recognized as the young kid who passed away over the weekend at a residence in the city of Bath. On Saturday night, just after 11 o’clock, emergency personnel responded to an address on Eastfield Avenue after receiving information that someone had been stabbed there. Mikey, 16, who was from Kingswood, was unfortunately unable to be saved and passed just a short while later at the scene of the accident.
A single stab wound was determined to be the cause of death after a post-mortem analysis was performed on his body. There are still three lads being held in custody by the police: a 15-year-old from Dorset, a 16-year-old from Wiltshire, and a 15-year-old from Wiltshire. Detectives are continuing to question all three of them. Eight juveniles, who were brought into custody shortly after the occurrence off a bus on Lansdown Lane, have already been released, and there will be no further action taken against them.
The arrests took place within half an hour of the occurrence. The Major Crime Investigation Team’s Detective Inspector Mark Newbury shared the following statement: “Mikey’s family has been informed of these findings, and our thoughts continue to be with them as they come to grips with their loss. “Specialist family liaison officers supported them throughout the formal identification process, which is something no family should ever have to go through,” the article said.
The investigation into Mikey’s murder is moving along at a rapid rate, and there is a team of officers and colleagues working really hard to piece together what took place. A cordon has been maintained at the scene, and we are continuing to ask anyone who may have photographs, video footage, or information that may be of assistance to our investigation to get in touch with us.”
This tragedy is one too many and it should not be allowed to happen anywhere,” Chief Inspector Ronald Lungu of the Bath Neighbourhood Policing Unit remarked. I hear the community’s concerns about this and other recent incidents, and I would like to reassure them that we are doing everything we can to tackle knife crime in Bath, as well as in other towns and cities across our policing area. “I would like to reassure them that we are doing everything we can to tackle knife crime in Bath.
Because we recognize that many young people are vulnerable and in need of care, we are collaborating closely with our other organizations in order to educate and steer young people away from criminal activity. “We also take a strong approach to enforcement, and when necessary and appropriate, we will vigorously deal with offenders and bring them to justice,” the statement read.
Anyone who is troubled by Mikey’s passing or who has concerns about knife crime in general is encouraged to talk to officers about their concerns,” the statement reads. As our investigations go, we will maintain a visible presence around the Weston area, and police will continue to conduct routine patrols throughout the city.
Everyone on my staff is more than willing to have a conversation with anyone about their worries and will do all in their power to put their minds at ease.