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Terence Glover A motorist today admitted killing a 12-year-old boy who died following a hit-and-run outside his school in Essex.
Harley Watson died in hospital on December 2 last year after a vehicle hit children leaving Debden Park High School in Loughton, Essex.
Loughton, 52-year-old Terence Glover, pleaded guilty to manslaughter, cutting down his liability when he appeared in the video link at Snaresbrook Crown Court today.
Prosecutor Christine Agnew denied a murder charge, which she said the crown was accepted and that the defendant would deal with it when she returned for punishment.
He also pleaded guilty to attempting to murder 23-year-old Raquel Jimeno, who could not be named by court order, and six boys and three girls, aged 12 to 16.
Glover, who was held in a mental health facility, also admitted to using a Ford Ka in Loughton in a dangerous way.
At the time of the incident, Ms. Agnew said Glover had ‘an abnormality in her mind’ and added: ‘This decision was made at length to Harley Watson’s parents.’
Harley’s mother, who attended court with her partner, sat in the public gallery and cried as Glover pleaded with the charges.
Ms. Agnew said that the parents of the other victims and a staff member from the school listened to the hearing from another courtroom.
During the short trial, which lasted about 15 minutes, Ms. Agnew said the two psychiatrists would testify to the court during their January 8th conviction.
The investigation opened at Essex Coroner’s Court in Chelmsford in December last year noted that Harley’s temporary cause of medical death was a serious head injury.
The investigation heard that Harley died in the hospital just an hour after she hit Glover’s car on Monday afternoon at around 3:20 pm after school ended.
Essex forensic officer Lynsey Chaffe said, ‘He was immediately transferred to Whipps Cross Hospital and his death was confirmed at 4:43 PM.
Harley’s family had previously spoken of the devastation they went through after losing their ‘good, kind, helpful and lovely children’.
Thousands of philanthropists donated to a GoFundMe fundraiser that was set up to help Harley’s family cover the funeral expenses. He raised more than £ 61,000.
Harley’s family said in a brief statement through the Essex Police: ‘What happened has devastated us.
Harley was a good, kind, helpful and lovely boy. Thank you everyone for their kind wishes and attention. ‘
Harley died at Whipps Cross University Hospital in East London.
Investigative officer Heather Apen of the Kent and Essex Serious Crimes Department said today: ‘Harley Watson had brutally taken her dreams and aspirations from Terence Glover’s actions because of her actions.
This crime devastated a family and affected an entire community. Many other victims suffered physical and mental trauma as a result of Glover’s actions on that day, demonstrating continued courage throughout the investigation.
They too had to go through the events of that terrible afternoon over and over again.
‘I want to appreciate the tremendous courage Harley’s parents have shown throughout this investigation, and while nothing will bring their son back, I hope that today’s result will help them and other victims of this terrible crime rebuild. their lives. ‘