Painter, 33, is charged with assault after homeless man died

A decorator & painter is charged  for assaulting a homeless man who died from being sprayed with red paint.

Aaron Jones 33-years-old was charged with assault & criminal damage that follows that tragedy near Tesco Express according to the Cleveland Police. The death of Mr Michael Cash was being captured that he was sitting on the ground and was covered with paint. According to Aaron Jones that he did not spray Michael Cash. Aaron Jones will going to appear in Teesside Magistrates court this coming October 10.

‘Police have charged a 33-year-old man in connection with an alleged assault which occurred near to Tesco Express on Normanby High Street. The incident was reported to police on Sunday, September 9. Michael Cash, 32, was the victim of the alleged incident and he later sadly died on Wednesday, September 12. His death was not treated as suspicious and is not connected with the alleged incident near to Tesco”. ‘The man has been charged with assault and criminal damage and will appear at Teesside Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, October 10.- this was according to the police spokesman.

The family of Mr Cash said that after the death of his mother he became lost. Mr cash family describe him as a very compassionate schoolboy & used to sing for his dear grandmother. The mother of Mr Cash has developed a lung cancer. Her mother died 12 years ago at the age of 51. The funeral of Mr Cash will be held at Kirkleatham Crematorium this coming Friday at 12 noon.

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