A MUM was currently charged with murdering her five-year-old son who was found stabbed to death at their home.
Emma Jackson is due to seem before a Crown Court judge after little Tyler Jackson-Warmington was found brutally knifed following an attack inside his terraced home, which left the internal community disorder in shock.
A Home Office Pathologist carried out a minute postmortem hearing on the primary schoolboy and ruled that he had been stabbed to death.
Police suggested that his 40-year-old mom was charged by postal presentation and was due to seem Oxford Crown Court tomorrow.
A orator for Thames Valley Police pronounced the autopsy carried out at a circuitously hospital mortuary had shown that Tyler suffered a series of gash wounds to his chest in the attack which left him dead.
The alarm was lifted by a member of the open who was believed to have left to the family home in Faringdon, Oxon., at lunchtime on Tuesday, Mar 14, and the lady was arrested at the residence and taken to cells at the circuitously Abingdon police station.
Jackson has been receiving hospital diagnosis given the attack and she was charged around a postal summons.
Neighbour Paul Fothergill, 60, pronounced Tyler used to attend a private prep school run by relatives in Faringdon.
He told of how he saw Tyler in Faringdon House Preparatory School’s immature school uniform before the school sealed down due to financial problems over the summer holidays last year. It was suspicion that Tyler then went to Faringdon Infants School.
A orator for Thames Valley Police currently said: “Emma Jackson, aged 40 of Bromsgrove, Faringdon, has been charged with one count of murder, by postal notification.
“It is in tie with an occurrence in which 5 year old Tyler Warmington was found passed on 14 Mar 2017 in Faringdon.
“Jackson will seem at Oxford Crown Court on Friday.”