OAP Dies After Sick Cycle Rage Attack in Gosport

police hunt sick attacker after oap pushed and attacked in gosport

Police have confirmed that the 69 year-old man who hit his head on the road following a dispute on the one-way system on Bury Road in Gosport at around 5:50pm on Sunday (September 25) has died.

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Roy Galvin from the Alverstoke area of Gosport was being treated at the Queen Alexandra Hospital in Cosham for a serious head injury, but sadly passed away 8:15am this morning..

28 year-old Duncan Snellgrove of Howe Road in Rowner, who was charged last night with causing grievous bodily harm as part of this investigation, has subsequently been charged with manslaughter during his appearance at Portsmouth Magistrates Court this morning.