Geoffrey Hibbert And Michelle Hibbert Wiki – Geoffrey Hibbert And Michelle Hibbert Biography
Geoffrey Hibbert and his wife Michelle Hibbert were killed in the brutal attack on their terraced bungalow in Basingstoke, Hampshire. The couple had a young son of about two years old who lived with them, according to locals.
Police were called to the scene just after 2 a.m. Sunday morning after an altercation was reported to have gotten out of control. Officers cordoned off the streets around the property on Buckland Avenue while forensic teams searched a nearby apartment. Stanley Eliot, 52, who was arrested on suspicion of murder, has now been charged, police said. A Hampshire police spokesman said: “Officers investigating the death of a man and a woman in Basingstoke today charged a man with his murder.”
“The bodies of Geoffrey Hibbert, 61, and Michelle Caroline Hibbert, 29, of Buckland Avenue in Basingstoke were found by officers at his home shortly before 2 am Sunday.
“Stanley Elliot, 52, of Kiln Road in Sherborne St John, near Basingstoke, has been charged with his murder. He is due to appear in Basingstoke Magistrates Court today (Wednesday).
Geoffrey Hibbert And Michelle Hibbert Age
Geoffrey Hibbert was 61, and Michelle Hibbert, 29 was years old.
Cause of Death
In 2008, Hibbert, a protester from Fathers 4 Justice, climbed a gantry on the M25 dressed as Batman and displayed a banner with photos of his eight-year-old daughter, stopping thousands of cars. He was eventually arrested on suspicion of causing danger to road users.
Speaking at the time, he said, “I can’t describe how it makes me feel not being able to see her.
“If I had taken her, she would be in jail for kidnapping, but my ex can do it and she is fine. Where is the justice? ”
Today, Mr. Hibbert’s devastated brother appeared at his house, where there is still a white police tent in the front yard. Frank Hibbert said: “I was going to go visit him yesterday, and when I saw a bunch of cops and blue lights and the cordoned off road, I knew it was my brother’s house right away.
“The police will not tell me anything, even though I have said that he is my brother. We saw a 52-year-old man arrested, but that’s all we know. I want to know what will happen to his son, he is only two or three years old and is my main concern. Geoffrey and I disagreed all the time, but as brothers and family we have helped each other in the past. I know if he had asked him to do me a favor, he would have done it.”
“Geoffrey repairs bicycles and has a small sheep farm somewhere nearby, although I have never been there. Now I have to go and tell all this to my dad who lives in London, but I still don’t know anything about what happened. I just want to know what’s going on with the child and I want justice to be served for whatever happened.”
A young woman who lived above a store about 60 meters from the site said that she heard what she initially thought were “fireworks” when she woke up in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Caz Marshall, 21, said: “I heard it was Geoffrey and Michelle Hibbert, from a neighbor who is in contact with an elderly woman who lives on the street.
“I thought I heard some fireworks when I woke up around 3 am on Sunday to go to the bathroom. We had the windows closed so it was a bit muffled, but it sounded like fireworks. There were people who said it could have been a knocked-down door, but there were four or five in quick succession.
“It’s usually very quiet down there.”
Neighbors of a flat in the nearby town of Sherborne St John spoke about police activity there.
A woman who lives in the same apartment block said: “A lot of policemen came down around 4am on Sunday morning, but we didn’t see anyone being arrested.
“Everything today and yesterday they have been searching the apartment. I think it is related to the double murder, that is the rumor that circulates.”
Chief Inspector Matthew Reeves said: “This is a shocking incident and I understand that members of the local community will be concerned. We have several officers working hard at the site and there will be an increased police presence in the area.
“I want to reiterate that we believe that all parties involved know each other and that there is no known threat to the community at large. If you have any concerns or information, please feel free to reach out to one of our neighborhood police officers as they are patrolling the area.
“Alternatively, if you have information, call us at 101 quoting Operation Carnation.”