Family tribute to man who died following Cope Road incident


“a beloved son and brother that will forever be truly missed”

Tributes have been paid to a Banbury man who died following an incident in Cope Road during the early hours of Wednesday January 3.

The family of thirty-nine-year-old Neil Comins say they are devastated by the horrifically violent act that took him from them.

In the tribute, released by Thames Valley Police, the family said: “He may not have been perfect but he was and always will be a beloved son and brother that will forever be truly missed.”

The family acknowledged the emergency service workers who had battled to keep Mr Comins alive, saying: “We would like to thank and acknowledge the hard work of the paramedics, nurses and doctors who did their utmost to save Neil’s life.”

They have asked for privacy at this time.

Janaed Akhtar, who’s 39 and from Cope Road in Banbury, was charged with murder and perverting the course of justice following Mr Comins death.

Published: by Banbury FM Newsteam

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