The kid was stabbed in the legs. Tai Jordan O’Donnell is another name to add on the ever growing list of young kids being murdered on our streets.
Drugs? Status in a gang? Insulting their ‘bro’? God only knows, where is mother by the way? Or the father? No one will want to get to the bottom of it because lets be honest – no one cares. What we know so far is that a 22 year old GIRL has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
Full post from mylondon.news site…
The victim of a fatal stabbing in Croydon has been named by police.
Emergency services were called to Alpha Road to reports of a knife attack at 12.12pm on Wednesday (March 3).
Tai Jordan O’Donnell, 19, was found with multiple stab injuries to his legs.
Despite efforts from paramedics, Tai was pronounced dead at the scene.
Homicide Detective Chief Inspector Mick Norman, who is leading the investigation, said: “While our enquiries to establish the circumstances surrounding this incident continue our thoughts are with Tai’s family and friends who are, no doubt, struggling to come to terms with what has happened.
“It is too early to speculate regarding any potential motive.
“Despite the fact that an arrest has been made, I am very keen to hear from anyone who has information and hasn’t yet spoken with officers.
“I understand that some people may be reluctant to speak directly to police. If that is the case please contact Crimestoppers where you won’t even be asked for your name.”
A 22-year-old female was arrested on suspicion of murder on Thursday. She was taken to a South London police station, where she remains.
Police were called by London Ambulance Service at 12.12pm on Wednesday to Alpha Road, after reports of a man found with stab wounds.
Officers attended and found 19-year-old Tai suffering a number of knife wounds to his legs.
He was sadly pronounced dead at the scene at 12.17pm. His family have been notified and are being supported by specialist officers.
A crime scene remains in place, with forensics teams investigating the scene at the end of the Alpha Road cul-de-sac.
Anyone with information that could assist the investigation is urged to call 0208 721 4005 or 101, or tweet @MetCC, with the reference CAD2875/3MAR.
You can also report information anonymously on 0800 555 111 or visit crimestoppers-uk.org where you will not be asked your name and your IP address will not be recorded.