Eltiona Skana Biography, Eltiona Skana Wiki
Emily Jones Suspect Killer Arrested and Chrged: Eltiona Skana is the woman who identified in stabbing of 7 years old girl Emily Jones, who was stabbed to death in a park on Mothers’ Day. She will appear in court next week accused of the murder of Emily Jones
Eltiona Skana, 30, is accused of the murder of Emily Jones in Queen’s Park, Bolton, on the afternoon of Sunday 22 March.
She will appear at Manchester and Salford magistrates court on Tuesday. She is also charged with possession of a bladed article.
Emily died shortly after the attack, which was witnessed by her father.
Eltiona Skana Age
She is 30 years old.
Eltiona Skana Stabbed to Death Emily Jones
Eltiona Skana, 30, allegedly attacked the girl in front of her family in Queen’s Park, Bolton, on the afternoon of Sunday 22 March.
Skana, understood to be originally from Albania, was arrested at the scene and later detained under the Mental Health Act.
Eltiona Skana Charges
Greater Manchester Police announced on Wednesday afternoon she had been charged with murder and possession of a bladed article.
Eltiona Skana Arrested
Skana was arrested at the scene and later detained under the Mental Health Act. Skana, of Turnstone Road, Bolton, was remanded in custody and will appear at Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday 26 May.
Police described the incident as a “totally unprovoked and random attack” and said the suspect was not known to Emily or her family.
The girl died at the scene despite the best efforts of police and paramedics who attended the scene shortly after 2.30pm.
An inquest hearing was told Emily had gone to the park for a ride on her scooter with father Mark Jones and mother Sarah Barnes, a solicitor.
Her parents issued a statement paying tribute to their daughter as the “light of our lives”. They said: “Emily had such a cheeky smile and was beautiful inside and out. She had a heart as big as her smile.
“Emily was never happier than when she was spending time with her family and friends, she was our own little social butterfly.
“We are beyond devastated that we will never get to see our beautiful little girl grow up into the wonderful young lady she was showing such promise of becoming.”