Keeley Bunker Wiki – Keeley Bunker Biography
Keeley Bunker’s body was found hidden under branches in a pool in woodland in Tamworth, Staffordshire, on 19 September 2019.
A 20-year-old woman was raped and killed by a man she thought was her friend while walking at her home from a birthday celebration.
Keeley Bunker Age
She was 20 years old.
Keeley Bunker Raped & Murdered
20-year-old Wesley Streete also denied that he raped and killed and sexually assaulted three other girls.
His trial at Stafford Crown Court is expected to take three weeks.
Jacob Hallam QC, who opened the case, told jury members how he met with Mr. Bunker, who had no fixed address, to spend a night in Birmingham with a group of friends on September 18.
When they returned to Tamworth at 4:00 am the next morning, he agreed to walk home – a 20-minute journey.
He was discovered by his uncle at 21:00 at Wiggington Park in a swimming pool “under the branch cage”, his clothes were scattered and leggings and underwear were pulled over his trainers.
A post-death examination found that Mr. Bunker was drowning and DNA was detected in his body from Mr. Streete.
Mr. Streete was arrested about an hour after Bunker’s body was found, but claimed that they had separated the roads in a telephone booth near his home. He later admitted that it was a lie.
He claimed that he had reconciliation sex, and when he held him around his neck, he died accidentally, but Mr. Hallam said he had proved that Bunker was trying to break the grip of the defensive wounds in his body.
The prosecutor’s office said that Mr Bunker “trusted” the accused, who was charged with more sexual crime after discovering the other three women allegedly attacked by the police.
The barmaid’s best friend today posted an emotional tribute to “beautiful, smart and amazing” Keeley.
Gabriel Summerfield, who was pals with Keeley for 16 years, wrote: “I can’t come to terms with the fact that my best friend has been taken away.
“She was stunning, she had a heart of pure gold and no one could ever come close.
“I will talk to you every night and tell you about my day and ask you for advice. I’m so sorry that I couldn’t protect you, I’m just so so sorry.
“You were my only best friend I’ve ever had and no one could ever compare to you. Only the other day I was telling you how much you meant to me and I just can’t believe this has happened.”
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