Bromley Marks & Spencer trolley rage suspect rebailed

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THE woman accused of attacking a shopper in a trolley rage incident in The Glades shopping centre last Christmas has been rebailed again.

She answered her bail at Bromley Police Station yesterday ( December 16) and was told she has been rebailed to a date in the spring pending further enquiries.

Police first arrested the 31-year-old on suspicion of GBH on Boxing Day last year four days after a man was struck with a trolley which was being pushed by a woman in Marks & Spencer.

He fell to the ground and sustained injuries including a broken hip and wrist, and was taken to a Kent hospital for treatment.

Last Boxing Day (December 26) officers were informed the man had suffered further health complications and was critically ill.

The 60-year-old man, Michael Buckley, of Whatman Road, Forest Hill, died in hospital on March 5.

When the suspect answered her bail on March 26 she was further arrested on suspicion of manslaughter.

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7:54pm Tue 17 Dec 13

molsey says...

I wonder what the police are waiting on, must be something?
I wonder what the police are waiting on, must be something? molsey

11:31pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Simon bald says...

molsey wrote:
I wonder what the police are waiting on, must be something?
see if she will give it another go this year
[quote][p][bold]molsey[/bold] wrote: I wonder what the police are waiting on, must be something?[/p][/quote]see if she will give it another go this year Simon bald

7:53am Wed 18 Dec 13

HearTheFacts says...

In a year clearly the police have no case to stand up in a court of law.

This may appear that the police have fudge this case. But would not admit it, so more police costs and police time wasted.

This could well go another year, then the matter hopefully for the police, more overtime. Then a change of police officers at Bromley, the case goes with them.
In a year clearly the police have no case to stand up in a court of law. This may appear that the police have fudge this case. But would not admit it, so more police costs and police time wasted. This could well go another year, then the matter hopefully for the police, more overtime. Then a change of police officers at Bromley, the case goes with them. HearTheFacts

10:00am Wed 18 Dec 13

the wall says...

Do you think she done all her shopping online this year?

Nasty women.
Do you think she done all her shopping online this year? Nasty women. the wall

11:14am Wed 18 Dec 13

Gypo.Joe says...

The nasty POS she be peering through the bars at Holloway living in fear of those 'Dutch dams' in there.
The nasty POS she be peering through the bars at Holloway living in fear of those 'Dutch dams' in there. Gypo.Joe

5:25pm Wed 18 Dec 13

goldenbroomboy says...

molsey wrote:
I wonder what the police are waiting on, must be something?
This is standard plod practice, keep adjourning the trial until the defendant cannot stand the pressure any more & pleads guilty.
[quote][p][bold]molsey[/bold] wrote: I wonder what the police are waiting on, must be something?[/p][/quote]This is standard plod practice, keep adjourning the trial until the defendant cannot stand the pressure any more & pleads guilty. goldenbroomboy

1:05am Fri 20 Dec 13

danm5577 says...

Shocking waste of tax payer money!
Did she accidently knock him?
Ram him?
Must be more to this.
Shocking waste of tax payer money! Did she accidently knock him? Ram him? Must be more to this. danm5577

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