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Family speak to Jeremy Kyle about being ‘ruined’ by murder of their daughter



THE FAMILY of murdered Natasha Bradbury spoke of their grief on this morning’s (Dec 5) edition of The Jeremy Kyle show on ITV.

Natasha, who was murdered by her on-off boyfriend Luke Jones in 2016, in Haverfordwest, was found by paramedics hours after the incident, with her young daughter covered in blood.

Jones had taken ‘up to two hours’ to dial 999.

When paramedics arrived she was ‘freezing cold’ and they discovered 53 injuries on her body.

A jury at Swansea Crown Court heard she suffered a ‘sustained and severe assault’ in her home at the hands of Jones.

Natasha Bradbury: Brutally murdered

Natasha had suffered fatal liver, heart and brain damage.

Jones was sentenced to a minimum length of 17 years in prison last year after he was found guilty of murder.

On the ITV show, her family spoke of what their daughter’s murder had done to their family.

Natasha’s sister, Shannon, said: “My dad had a phone call and the police came over the house and said she’d died. Not any of us had thought that Luke had done it. He was quiet.

“The postmortem said it was like jumping off a cliff.”

Talking about her parents, she continued to say it’s ‘ruined them’.

“They don’t talk. Mum would tell friends stuff, but not dad,” she said.

“They need to pull together. They need to help each other.”

Natasha’s mum, Tracey, broke down in tears.

Her father, Darren, said: “I’ve not spoken to anybody since. I don’t talk to anybody. There’s nothing I can say that will make any difference. It’s happened and it’s done.

“She called the night before, as they do, she was moaning about things – just life. The last thing I said via the phone was for her to ‘grow up and get on with life’. She put the phone down and that was the last I ever spoke to her.

“I’ve been with my wife nearly 30 years. We can’t even speak any more. I think we both must blame each other slightly. I think she blames me sometimes.”

Tracey said when questioned by Jeremy if she does blame her husband: “I do in a way. I blame myself as well.”

“There are in my mind, in this world, evil people who don’t deserve to live in a civilised society,” Mr Kyle said about Jones.

“You lost your daughter because of an evil man.

“Your daughter would be devastated to think you two were like this now, wouldn’t she?”

Describing her daughter, Darren said: “She was full of life. Perhaps too much sometimes. She liked to enjoy herself. She was good and kind to everyone.

“I don’t know how to fix it. Normally I fix everything. I just don’t know how to fix this.

“No way [to die] is nice but it’d be cleaner with a bullet. There were five flights of stairs, no rooms without any traces of blood. Where he chased her to the top where she couldn’t get out. Trapped. One way in, one way out.”

Jeremy added: “That man from his jail cell is killing you two. Your anger, guilt, sadness is bouncing off each other and it’s wrong.”

The family have been offered support by ITV.


Tenby: Suspected groomer netted by paedophile hunters PH Balance



A SUSPECTED child sex offender has been arrested in Tenby this weekend in a sting operatition set up by a peadophile hunter group called PH Balance.

The group, according to media reports, aims to catch predators on social media and in chat rooms before conducting stings and then handing evidence to the police.

A post on the group’s Facebook page has received a lot of local attention and includes a photograph of the suspect being detained by officers at Tenby railway station on Sunday (Jul 22)

A spokesman from PH Balance calling himself Taz posted: “Today the west team deployed to Tenby under the leadership to capture a ‘creature’ who had been talking to a 14-year-old girl and arranged to meet her at midday.

“The team caught him and called the police who responded rapidly and made an arrest.

“Two in two days for the PH family, and a busy summer holidays looks [to be] on the horizon.

“Well done PH Balance West.”

Dyfed-Powys Police have been contacted by The Herald for a comment.

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Keep Calm and Carry On at Carew Castle’s murder mystery events



WOULD-BE detectives will be given the chance to catch a killer at Carew Castle on 27 and 28 July during two Second World War-themed murder mystery evenings packed with drama and intrigue.

Don’t Panic by Harvey’s Players is set in 1943 Carew, where a murder rocks the sleepy village as it gears up for the annual flower and produce show. It will be down to you to help the home guard track down the culprit and put them behind bars.

Carew Castle Manager, Daisy Hughes said: “If you’re a fan of detective dramas, 1940s fashion and good food, then join us in the Castle’s cosy Lesser Hall, where we’ll keep the home fires burning while the investigation ensues.

“Fancy dress is optional but with the cast donning authentic uniforms loaned from Carew Control Tower and a prize for the best Vera Lynn lookalike, there’s all the more reason to delve into your wartime wardrobe for afternoon dresses, hats and military outfit to fully immerse yourself in this 1940s experience.”

Tickets are £20 for adults and £18 for children (not suitable for under 12s). Doors will open at 7pm with the event starting at 7.30pm on both nights. Ticket price includes buffet. A bar will be available all evening.

To book your tickets call Carew Castle on 01646 651782 or more information visit

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Milford Haven: Two more arrested in Mount Estate drugs raids



ARMED officers from Dyfed-Powys Police have carried out further drugs warrants in the Elm Lane and Willow End area of the Mount Estate in Milford Haven this week.

As a result of the raids, which took place on the morning  Friday  July 20, a quantity of drugs were seized and two males were arrested.

One male remains in custody and one has been released under investigation.

A police spokesperson told The Herald that an investigation into the matter is ongoing.

The spokesperson added: “Anyone with information on drug use is asked to report to police by calling 101, or anonymously contact Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555111.”

Police at the Mount Estate, Milford Haven on July 20, 2018 (Pic: Herald)

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