he household of a person killed after a combat broke out on a prepare at Studying station have advised off their “deep unhappiness” as a person is charged along with his homicide.
Thomas Parker, 24, was killed on Saturday night time after an “altercation” broke out on a carriage on Saturday night time.
Asking for privateness Thomas’s household launched a tribute to their “hardworking son”.
They mentioned: “Tom was a really type, considerate, and caring son. He was devoted to his dad and mom, brothers, grandparents, household and buddies. He was well-liked, loving, humorous, and hardworking; he was the life and soul of the occasion.
“His kindness and thoughtfulness touched the lives of everybody who knew him. We can not adequately categorical how deeply saddened and shaken we really feel about his demise. He’ll all the time be in our hearts and minds wherever we’re.“
Detective Chief Inspector Paul Langley added: “My ideas are with Mr Parker’s household and buddies who will little doubt be devastated by this tragic loss.
“Our investigation continues at tempo and a person appeared at court docket this morning charged in connection to Mr Parker’s demise.
“I wish to encourage any witnesses who haven’t already spoken to police to get in contact with us as quickly as attainable by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 665 of 30/07/22.”
Kirkpatrick Virgo, of Whitby Street, Slough, has been charged with homicide and possession of an offensive weapon following the incident.