Freshmen were horrified when a man was charged with murder after a 24-year-old student died inside a college hall.
Officers charged a 24-year-old man today after Northumbria University confirmed one of its students was found dead in the nearby Mansion Tyne student accommodation block. newcastle City center on Tuesday.
at the time, police There were reports of welfare concerns for a 24-year-old man.
However, when police arrived on the scene, the man was confirmed dead and a murder investigation was launched.
Police then charged Mayfield Road’s Aaron Ray. Sunderland with murder.
He is in custody and will appear before a Newcastle magistrate. court Saturday.
The student has not been formally identified, but his name will be confirmed at a court hearing.
On Friday morning, officers remained at the scene in a patrol car parked at the entrance to the accommodation building.
Part of a large block was cordoned off with police tape on Thursday as forensic officers were working at the scene.
one student Chronicle How the people who lived on the floor where the incident happened were found new accommodation and fingerprinted by the police.
“I’ve met people who lived on that floor and had to move. They’re fingerprinting,” said Sub Ahmed, an accounting student at the University of Newcastle. .
Sabu said there was an uneasy atmosphere around the apartment as students tried to continue their studies as a murder investigation was ongoing in the building.
Mansion Tyne is a student residence block where flatmates share a communal kitchen and studio apartment.
It houses students studying at both the University of Newcastle and the University of Northumbria.
One 19-year-old student told Chronicle that he believed he found the body after a receptionist was asked to identify one of the residents.
She said: ‘When it first happened, eight police officers and two ambulances came.
“It happened around 4:15 pm. Two receptionists found him. Then about 15 minutes later the police came. The receptionist called for a welfare check for one of the students. I think I received
“Nobody knows anything. Not even the people who live in the apartment know what happened.
“I had never heard of anyone dying. , I don’t feel in danger.”
A 28-year-old female student who wished to remain anonymous added:
“I came home to rest and saw a police car. They said everything was under control, but I’m worried about seeing so many police. I just want to know if I’m safe.” is.”
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/19971750/man-charged-murder-death-student-newcastle-halls/ A 24-year-old man is charged with murder after a 24-year-old student was murdered inside a college hall, freshmen horrified