Tributes paid to mother of two
A COMMUNITY in Daventry has been coming to terms this week after the tragic death of a woman from their estate.
Michelle Levy, who lived at Jervis Close on the Southbrook estate, died from multiple stab wounds in the early hours of Tuesday last week.
Floral tributes have been left at her home and many spoke of her kindness to her two children.
One tribute left at the site said: “To dear Shell, never ever will I forget you and your kids. RIP beautiful lady.”
Speaking about her, Karim Jaff, the proprietor of Jaffs in Hood Road said: “I knew her as a customer and she always used to come in with her children at the end of the school day.
“She was a very pleasant woman with other people and she was very good to her children; if they wanted something, then she would make sure they would have it.”
A neighbour Jacqueline White said: “The children were always nice and she would always say hello. She was a very friendly woman.”
Ms Levy, also known as Christine Kerry-Anne Haye-Levy and Michelle Campbell, died in hospital after the incident.
The Danetre and Southbrook Learning Village (DSLV), where her eldest child attended school, has provided support to pupils and staff left upset by the tragedy.
Principial of the DSLV, David Howell, said: “There is no doubt that people in the community are in real shock about this. That includes children, parents and staff.
“The staff here are very sensitive to children’s needs and we have been working with the local authority to support people if they need it. We have been concentrating on their emotional needs,” he added.
“We have had a lot of Christmas productions over the past week which I think was useful in bringing the community together.
“It has given them a chance to share their feelings and to grieve over what has happened.”
A 49-YEAR-OLD man has been remanded in custody after appearing in court charged with murder.
Erroll Anglin, of no fixed abode, was charged with the murder of Christine Kerry-Anne Haye-Levy, known to friends and family as Michelle Levy, on Tuesday, December 11.
Mr Anglin appeared in Northampton Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, December 13, wearing a black short-sleeved t-shirt and spoke only to confirm his name and date of birth.
The case was committed to Northampton Crown Court where he appeared the following day, Friday December 14. He was remanded in custody until April.
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