Abigail White has been convicted of the death of a father who died at his residence after an “accident.” Bradley Lewis, the 22-year-old father, was transported to get treatment on Friday night from his home in Kingswood, South Gloucs. Abigail White is facing a manslaughter conviction and will be presented before a judge later today. For the first time recently, authorities have identified the deceased person as Bradley Lewis, 22. The law department said in an official release, “A 23-year-old woman has been charged with murder after a man died in hospital following an incident at a residence in Kingswood, South Gloucestershire, on Friday night. Abigail White, of Chipperfield Drive, Kingswood, has been remanded in custody to appear before Bristol Magistrates’ Court today. She has been charged with the murder of 22-year-old Bradley Lewis. His family has been updated on this development in our investigation.”
The news broke after Bradley’s relatives issued a moving homage to their beloved family member. In a statement, they said: “Bradley, our amazing, much-loved son, was taken from us much too soon. Without saying goodbye, we lost a wonderful, lovely person. I hope he realizes how much he was loved and by how many people.” On Friday night, officers were dispatched to the victim’s residence after an “altercation.” As the case progresses, highly skilled cops are assisting the family of the deceased. Over the weekend, forensics investigators dressed in white entered Bradley’s residence. An autopsy will be performed to diagnose the reason for the demise of the deceased. The victim’s relatives have been notified, and they are being helped by highly trained liaison officers, according to authorities.
On Sunday, at least 5 different officers dressed in white overalls and hairnets entered the residence to conduct a forensic examination. The estate was secured by PCSOs, who confirmed that the murder scene was contained inside the residence and that the lawn was not involved in the investigation.
On Sunday afternoon, Bradley’s father made a visit to the perimeter and read memorial messages written on several bouquets of flowers. The ‘beautiful’ young man’s death stunned and sadly devastated the peaceful neighborhood in Bristol’s east end. Hanham Athletic Football Club (HAFC) released an official statement in which they paid respect to the reserve player, “Brad Lewis, one of our Reserve Team players, died away yesterday, and HAFC is profoundly grieved. Before our game yesterday, we observed a minute of silence in honor of Brad. Our heartfelt sympathies to Brad’s whole family and friends.” Over the last 48 hours, family members and friends have been pouring in deepest condolences to the victim on social media.