Two youngsters charged with homicide after 16-year-old Darrian Williams stabbed to dying in Bristol | EUROtoday

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Two teenage boys have been charged with homicide after a 16-year-old was stabbed to dying in Bristol.

Darrian Williams died after being knifed in Rawnsley Park play space within the Easton space of town on Wednesday.

Police stated he was attacked by two individuals carrying masks who then fled on bicycles.

After being attacked, {the teenager} ran to close by Stapleton Road the place he was helped by a motorist earlier than collapsing in West Street, Old Market.

Police had been referred to as by the ambulance service at 6pm to report that {the teenager} had been discovered injured. He died on the scene.

Avon and Somerset Police stated on Sunday that two 15-year-old boys had been charged with homicide.

The pressure has launched enhanced stop-and-search powers in components of Bristol, whereas a brand new police operation concentrating on youth violence has additionally been launched.

Officers have met with headteachers to debate how police can present assist and reassurance forward of pupils returning to high school from half time period.

There might be further patrols outdoors faculties subsequent week, whereas a cellular police station might be within the space over the approaching days.

The killing comes weeks after the deaths of Mason Rist, 15, and Max Dixon, 16, who had been stabbed within the Knowle West space of town.

Anyone with info is requested to contact Avon and Somerset Police on 101, giving the reference quantity 5224039827.

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