I dont remember any murders, I do remember 4 or 5 local lads carrying a fruit machine they had "found" and taking it up stairs into a flat. They all looked dead after knackering themselves in the process :-)
Leeboy I lived opposite the co-op for 3 years up till last year and didn't notice any murders :s drug bust next door but one and my upstairs neighbours dad died but no murders tho I did keep myself to myself
WOMAN who killed her boyfriend by stabbing him in the neck has been jailed for seven years.
T, 25, had a History
of violence towards her partner, 36-year-old G.
She attacked him with a knife following a drunken row at the home she shared with Mr E in Trafalgar Road, Wallasey on January 16.
Bu, who had denied murder, was unanimously convicted by a Liverpool crown court jury of manslaughter.
During her trial, the court heard B met Mr E in 2003 when they were both members of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary.
She had been sacked from the organisation, which provides supplies and ammunition for the armed forces, after attacking Mr Ea in the cabin of a ship in October.
She slashed Mr E's clothes with a knife and tried to force her way through his door using a marlinspike.
Members of Mr E's family, from Lancashire, told the court they had seen cuts and grazes on his face.
Mr E had split up from his wife, with whom he had two children, before meeting B.
When Mr E met his death, neighbours had heard raised voices coming from the inside of their flat during the early hours.
B denied stabbing her boyfriend, but admitted being involved in a struggle.
She said she did not realise he was injured and then he left the flat.
Mr E, who was wearing only a pair of boxer shorts, knocked on neighbours' doors, but nobody answered.
His body was discovered at the foot of the stairs the next day.
B had stabbed him in the neck to a depth of 8cms, but later told people he had fallen down the stairs.
David Aubrey QC, prosecuting, had told the court: "The account that she gave toa number of people that morning was a charade and was designed to conceal and disguise that which she had done."
B had claimed Mr E had come at her with the knife, but the judge, Mr Justice Royce said he rejected that.
Speaking after the verdict, Mr Eastham's mother J said: "In losing G, we have lost a son who was wonderful.
"His children have lost a doting father and his sister has lost her best friend." ECHO