PC Tim Brehmer supposedly attacked Claire Parry before cutting his wrists. Investigators accept that the married officer had cycled 18 miles from his house to meet the victim.
Ms. Parry, 41-year-old, was a nurse wedded to another police officer, was discovered oblivious at The Horns Inn bar at West Parley, close Bournemouth, in Dorset. Traffic official Brehmer, likewise 41, lay drooped close by seeping from injuries to his arms.
Ms. Parry was hurried to the Royal Bournemouth Hospital following the attack at 3.30 pm on Saturday and articulated dead the next morning. A post-mortem established that the reason for death was a brain injury brought about by the pressure of the neck.
Father-of-one Brehmer was arrested at the location of the episode and taken to Poole Hospital for treatment to wounds to his arms. He was later released. He was captured on doubt of homicide following Ms. Parry’s death.
The Officer Even Got An Award For Protecting A Family
Brehmer was accused of homicide on Monday and will show up at Poole Magistrates’ Court by video connect on today. His wife Martha is a criminologist with Dorset Police, and the couple, who have a nine-year-old child, live in a cabin in the New ¬Forest.
The day preceding the attack, Brehmer and Martha had ¬celebrated the 75th commemoration of VE Day with ¬neighbours. Brehmer was treated as a hero and got an award after he and an associate protected a family from a bursting house in Christchurch, Dorset, in 2011.
He was not on the role at the hour of the episode, yet Dorset Police said because of his occupation and the earnestness of the charge, a referral has been made to the Independent Office for Police Conduct.