Man admits murdering spouse after stabbing her in neck then dialling 999
- Sahil Sharma, 24, appeared in custody at Kingston Crown Court on Thursday
- He pleaded responsible to the homicide of Mehak Sharma at their residence in Croydon
A husband has admitted to murdering his 19-year-old spouse after he stabbed her within the neck at their residence after which calmly dialled 999.
Shortly after 4.15pm on October 29 final yr, Sahil Sharma phoned the police and advised the operator that he had killed his spouse at their residence on Ash Tree Way.
At the deal with, officers discovered Mrs Sharma unresponsive. She had suffered catastrophic knife accidents to her neck, and regardless of the efforts of medics on the scene she was sadly pronounced useless round 20 minutes later.
Mehak’s household had been knowledgeable they usually proceed to be supported by specialist officers.
Sahil Sharma, 24, appeared in custody at Kingston Crown Court on Thursday, the place he pleaded responsible to the homicide of Mehak Sharma in Croydon, south London
Mehak Sharma. Shortly after 4.15pm on October 29 final yr, Sahil Sharma phoned the police and advised the operator that he had killed his spouse at their residence on Ash Tree Way
A particular autopsy examination carried out on October 31 final yr discovered the reason for Mehak’s demise to have been a stab wound to the neck.
Sharma is because of be sentenced on the identical court docket on April 26.
Detective Inspector Laura Semple, of the Met’s Specialist Crime Command, stated: ‘Mehak was killed in her own residence, the place the place she ought to have been most secure, by the one who ought to have liked and guarded her. My ideas at the moment are together with her household and family members.’
She added: ‘Sahil Sharma’s actions have devastated a household. In killing his spouse he has robbed her household of a loving daughter for causes recognized solely to himself.
‘While I’m happy that Mehak Sharma’s family members will now be spared the expertise of going by means of a trial, nothing can convey her again to them.’