A heartbroken grandmother has instructed of the second she realised her grandson had been killed simply yards from her residence – leaving him questioning whether or not he was coming to go to her when he was allegedly attacked with a backyard fork.
Stephen Bellamy, 33, was discovered with severe accidents in Grimsby on Saturday night and was rushed to hospital, the place he finally died two days later.
Luke Teague, 38, and Stephen Seaside, 39, have been arrested and later charged on suspicion of homicide.
They appeared individually at Grimsby Magistrates Courtroom yesterday as a consequence of Covid restrictions.
Now, Ann Barber, 79, who lives simply across the nook from Mr Bellamy, has spoken of how she appeared out to see the scene being cordoned off over the weekend, however did not realise her liked one’s dying was the rationale for the commotion.
She instructed the Sun: ‘I had no concept something had occurred to Stephen till then.
‘I do not know if he was coming to go to me however they discovered him on the nook by my home.
‘I by no means heard a factor. I by no means even heard the ambulance. I could not imagine it.’
Stephen Bellamy (pictured), 33, was discovered with severe accidents in Grimsby on Saturday night and was rushed to hospital, the place he finally died two days later
Pictured: Stephen Bellamy who was allegedly stabbed within the head with a backyard fork
Forensic police groups examine the scene of Stephen Bellamy’s dying in Grimsby on Saturday
Luke Teague, 38, and Stephen Seaside, 39, have been arrested and later charged on suspicion of homicide
She remembered Mr Bellamy as a dedicated father-of-three who had simply began a brand new job as an evening employee on the native docks.
In courtroom yesterday, an emotional relative of Mr Bellamy hurled abuse at Mr Teague and Mr Seaside once they arrived within the dock.
No pleas have been entered by both of the defendants, who spoke solely to substantiate their identities, ages, and addresses.
The 2 males have been remanded in custody to seem at Hull Crown Courtroom on Thursday.
Michelle Boyeson, prosecuting, suggested the magistrates that the instances may solely be heard at crown courtroom.
She requested each males must be remanded in custody till the subsequent listening to at Hull Crown Courtroom.
Teague, of Runswick Highway, Grimsby, was represented in courtroom by Rebecca Perrin.
The lady was warned that if there have been any additional outbursts she can be faraway from courtroom.
An emotional relative of Mr Bellamy hurled abuse on the pair once they arrived within the dock
No pleas have been entered by both of the defendants, who spoke solely to substantiate their identities, ages, and addresses
House within the courtroom room was strictly restricted to officers solely and there was just one consultant of Humberside Police who sat on the rear of the courtroom.
Teague appeared carrying a lightweight gray prime. He had a thick set beard and was flanked by two dock officers.
He smiled at a feminine good friend within the courtroom and later winked at her as he was escorted away to custody.
Sunny Dhinsa represented Seaside, who appeared carrying a lightweight gray prime and with close-cropped darkish hair.
Seaside, of Ashbourne Courtroom, Scunthorpe, spoke solely to substantiate his id, age and tackle. The lady additionally hurled abuse at him.
Police on the scene of the assault on Stephen Bellamy in Rutland Avenue, Grimsby, on Sunday
Police cordoned off the scene of the assault over the weekend as they continued to analyze
No pleas have been entered by both of the defendants right this moment, who spoke solely to substantiate their identities, ages, and addresses
The courtroom clerk instructed magistrates that the defendants couldn’t be seen collectively, as a consequence of social distancing guidelines.
She learn out the fees and the prosecutor once more mentioned the case needed to be despatched to Hull Crown Courtroom.
Mr Dhinsa mentioned magistrates had no energy apart from to commit the case to crown courtroom and remand his consumer in custody.
A Humberside Police spokesman mentioned on Monday evening: ‘A 36-year-old man was discovered with wounds to his head at 6.40pm after reportedly being stabbed with a backyard fork.
‘He was taken to hospital and remained in a crucial situation, however has right this moment (Monday 26 April) sadly died from his accidents.’