Annelise Sanderson Biography, Annelise Sanderson Wiki, Age, Net Worth
Annelise Sanderson, who was found dead on Tuesday, has been described as the ‘kindest of girls’ by friends.
An investigation was launched after an 18-year-old girl died while in custody at the HMP Styal women’s prison in Cheshire.
The police were summoned to the prison in Wilmslow, south of Manchester, at 6:40 am, following the ‘sudden death’ of the unsuspected teenager.
An investigation into his death was initiated by the Prisons and Probation Ombudsman.
Her friends now pay their respects to the ‘funny, caring and kind’ young woman.
“He was not just anybody, he was our friend, and he was truly loved by everyone who met him,” they said. Annelise illuminated every room he entered, signing or laughing.
She touched the hearts of all who knew her and was the funniest, affectionate, and kindest girl.
He had a way to make you laugh even when you didn’t want it, it was down to his sparkling sense of humor. ‘
Her heartbroken friends described her as ‘gifted beyond belief’ and said she loved to sing and dance.
We never thought we would have to write this about our daughter and our hearts were broken, they continued.
He will live forever and not a day will pass when he is not remembered.
‘Fly well but always stay close. We miss and love you so much. ‘
Ms. Sanderson is the fifth prisoner to die at HMP Styal in the past three years.
In March last year, 56-year-old Christine Macdonald was found fainted in her cell while serving a conviction at HMP Styal. He was taken to Wythenshawe Hospital, but later died.
Susan Knowles, 48, was found dead in prison two months later.
Nicola Birchall, 41, died in detention in prison in February 2018, four months later Imogen Mellor died.
A Prison Service spokesperson said, ‘HMP Styal prisoner Annelise Sanderson died in detention on December 22nd, and we have condolences with her family and friends at this difficult time.
‘The Prisons and Probation Ombudsman was informed.’
Cheshire Police said in a statement: ‘Officers were called at around 6.40 am on Tuesday, December 22, following the sudden death of an 18-year-old woman at Styal HM Prison in Wilmslow.
Death is not treated as a suspect. A case file will be prepared for the forensic officer. ‘
HMP Styal is currently under investigation after a baby died in prison in June.
It turned out that neither the woman nor the staff were aware that she was pregnant until she gave birth on June 18 in the toilet.
Four months later, in October, after a Covid-19 outbreak, the prison was locked down.
As Public Health England worked with prison bosses to manage the epidemic, prisoners who tested positive for the virus were told to stay in their cells or prison homes.
As a result, all visits were suspended.
The Justice Department did not say how many prisoners and staff tested positive for the virus, and declined to comment on whether any prisoners got sick enough to require hospital treatment.
Prisoners were allowed to stay in touch with their families through secure video and phone calls, and to stay out of cells and exercise wherever possible.
HMP Styal, a former orphanage, first opened as a women’s prison in 1962 to serve female prisoners from Strangeways in Manchester.
It is the only women’s prison in the region with a capacity of 486 prisoners.