Jay was rushed to Milton Keynes hospital however sadly, regardless of the perfect efforts of docs, died simply hours into the New Yr.
Poignantly, his final publish on social media, the place used the identify Jay Cunningham, was a photograph in November of a newly-inked tattoo on an arm. It acknowledged: “The most important distinction between time and cash: You all the time know the way a lot cash you may have, however you by no means know the way a lot time you may have.”
Cops have been referred to as to experiences of an altercation in Walshs Manor on Stantonbury simply earlier than 3am on Friday, January 1, and located two males with critical accidents.
Sadly, Jay – who can be recognized on social media as Jay Cunningham – died shortly afterwards in hospital, regardless of the perfect efforts of medical skilled.
The opposite man, who’s 49, stays in a secure situation with “critical” accidents, say police.
A 21-year-old man, Callum Aylett, who lives in Walshs Manor, was yesterday charged with one rely of homicide and one rely of tried homicide. He’ll seem in Milton Keynes Magistrates Court docket at this time (Monday).
In the meantime a pal has arrange a fundraising web page to boost £2,000 to pay for Jay’s funeral, saying the cash will “give our Jay the ship off he deserves”.
She added: “Phrases cannot describe how all of us really feel proper now taken far to younger such loving son, brother and uncle.”
You can also make a donation here .
Different family and friends members of Jay are campaigning towards knife crime, sharing a photograph of him with the phrases #justiceforjay and #puttheknivesdown
The previous Hollister employee, who lived in MK, has been described by his sister Holly on social media as “the perfect brother, so protecting.”
She wrote: “You have been there for me after I wanted you. So loving and completely hilarious you made me the happiest. I miss you a lot my little boy, it is killing me…You had a coronary heart filled with gold I am unable to put it into phrases how a lot I miss you and love you. This ache is a continuing ache that is not ever going to go away.”
Police are persevering with with their investigations and have prolonged their sympathies to Jay’s household.
Detective Chief Insp Andy Howard from Thames Valley Police stated: “We’re persevering with the investigation into the circumstances surrounding Jay’s dying and I might enchantment to anyone who has any info that may help this investigation to please contact police on 101 or on-line.
“You may also report 100 per cent anonymously by calling the impartial charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”