Keeley Bunker Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Raped & Murder, Killer Arrested

Who was Keeley Bunker? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Missing, Raped and Murdered, Suspect, Investigation, Killer Arrested, Statement

Keeley Bunker Wiki – Biography

Keeley Bunker from Tamworth in Staffordshire was discovered face-down in a pool in a park in Tamworth, Staffordshire, in September last year – just days after her 20th birthday.

She had celebrated her birthday just days earlier and was due to attend a job interview later that day – but never arrived, Stafford Crown Court heard on Monday.

Keeley Bunker Age

Keeley Bunker has died at the age of 20th years old.

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Height & Weight

The prosecution alleges that Ms. Bunker, who was just 4ft 11in and weighed six-and-a-half stone.

Keeley Bunker Missing

Keeley Bunker’s body was found hidden under branches in a pool in woodland in Tamworth, Staffordshire, on 19 September 2019.

Wesley Streete, 20, denies raping and murdering her as well as sexually assaulting three other girls.

His trial, at Stafford Crown Court, is expected to last for three weeks.

She had celebrated her birthday just days earlier and was due to attend a job interview later that day – but never arrived, Stafford Crown Court heard on Monday.

The prosecution alleges that Ms. Bunker, who was just 4ft 11in and weighed six-and-a-half stone, was killed by “trusted” friend Wesley Street, who tried to cover up her body with branches in Wiggington Park, a jury was told.

There was evidence that she had been strangled.

Street, also 20, of no fixed address, told the victim’s best friend that he would walk Ms. Bunker home safely, but prosecutors have alleged he told “lie after lie”, claiming she was still alive when they parted ways.

Raped and Murdered

Keeley Bunker’s body was found hidden under branches in a pool in woodland in Tamworth, Staffordshire, on 19 September 2019.

Wesley Street, 20, denies raping and murdering her as well as sexually assaulting three other girls.

His trial, at Stafford Crown Court, is expected to last for three weeks.

Opening the case, Jacob Hallam QC, told jurors how Ms. Bunker had met Mr. Streete, of no fixed address, for a night out in Birmingham with a group of friends on 18 September.

He had agreed to walk her home – a 20-minute journey – when they returned to Tamworth at about 04:00 BST the following morning.

She was discovered by her uncle’s face down in a pool “under a lattice of branches” in Wiggington Park at 21:00 that night, with her clothes in disarray and leggings and underwear pulled down over her trainers.

A post-mortem examination found Ms. Bunker had been strangled and DNA from Mr. Streete was identified on her body.

Jurors heard that, on the evening of Wednesday, September 18, Ms. Bunker had been to a concert at Birmingham’s O2 Institute to see rapper Aitch with a close female friend.

The pair arranged to go clubbing afterward with Street.

The street was described as “very drunk” at the club, having “three drinks for everyone” the girls had and was downing double vodka Red Bulls.

After getting a taxi back to Tamworth, Ms. Bunker’s friend offered her a bed for the night, suggesting she “walk home later in the morning”, said Jacob Hallam QC, opening the Crown’s case.

He added: “But Keeley refused – tragically – saying she was tired and wanted to sleep in her own bed.”

She told her friend: “I’ve got Wes, Wes lives near me, Wes will walk me back, it’ll be fine.”

Mr. Hallam Statement

As the afternoon of Thursday, September 19 2019 wore on, Keeley Bunker’s family became increasingly concerned about her welfare and her safety.

“She had been out the night before, Wednesday, through to Thursday, with two friends.

“One of them, the Crown say, proved to be rather better than the other.

“The second was this defendant, Wesley Street.

“Although Keeley had left her friend’s home, to make her way home in the early hours of the morning, she did not return on what should have been a walk of perhaps 20 minutes or so across the center of Tamworth.

“She did not answer her telephone, she had not been to a job interview she was due to attend on Thursday, and nobody – but nobody – had seen her.

“At about 5.30 pm that Thursday, her father, Christopher, reported her missing to police and searches were organized for her.”

He added: “It was Keeley’s uncle, Jason, who found her body at about 9 pm that night.

“It was lying face-down in a pool, fringed by small trees and bushes at the edge of an area of parkland in Tamworth.

“It had been hidden under a latticework of branches that had been taken from surrounding vegetation.

“Her clothing was in disarray, her black leggings and her underwear had been pulled down and they were twisted over and around her trainers.

“It was obvious from the state of her body that she had been unlawfully killed.

“It was obvious from the state of the clothing that she had been sexually assaulted.

“Keeley Bunker was 4ft 11in tall, she weighed just six-and-a-half stone and she had turned 20 only 12 days before.

“The police identified the last person reported seeing Keeley alive was this defendant, Wesley Street.”

He added: “During the course of that Thursday – a day of mounting dread for the people who loved Keeley – he, the defendant, had been telling people, Keeley’s family, her true friends, and the police, that he had walked her to a telephone box near his home earlier that morning.

“And there they had parted company.

“He even showed police the route that he said that they had taken and where they parted.

“It was a lie.

“CCTV was found that showed it was a lie.

“Analysis of his telephone showed it was a lie.

“DNA showed it was a lie.

“And he admits, now, that it was a lie.

“Because the truth, we suggest on behalf of the prosecution, was that he had taken Keeley Bunker’s life and he had sexually assaulted her.

“She, a young woman, who had trusted him.”

He added that Ms. Bunker was “not alone”, and that police had discovered other women who had been allegedly assaulted by Street.

The street is also accused of two further counts of rape, three counts of sexual assault and a charge of sexual activity with a child, against three other victims, all said to have happened in previous years.

killer Wesley Streete Arrested

Wesley Streete, 20, of no fixed abode, has been accused of raping and killing Ms. Bunker after telling the victim’s best friend he would walk her home safely.

Prosecutors allege Streete tried to cover up her body with branches and had told “lie after lie”, claiming she was still alive when they parted ways.

On the evening of 18 September, Ms. Bunker had been to a concert at Birmingham’s 02 Institute to see rapper Aitch with a close female friend.

A post-mortem examination found Ms. Bunker had been strangled and DNA from Mr. Streete was identified on her body.

Mr. Streete was arrested about an hour after Ms. Bunker’s body was found but claimed they had parted ways at a telephone box near his home. He later admitted that was a lie.

He claims they had consensual sex and she died accidentally when he held her around the neck, however, Mr. Hallam said defensive wounds on Ms. Bunker’s body proves she had been trying to break his grip.

The prosecution said Ms. Bunker had “trusted” the defendant, who is also accused of further sexual offenses in previous years after police discovered three other women allegedly assaulted by him – charges he denies.

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