‘No further action’ over death of dad-to-be
IPSWICH: A 36-year-old man arrested on suspicion of assaulting tragic father-to-be Karl Crisp before his death has had his bail cancelled.
Suffolk Police announced today no further action will be taken against the man.
Mr Crisp, 38, collapsed at the home he shared with his partner, Georgia Fox, in Landseer Road, on March 6.
Although paramedics treated Mr Crisp at the scene, he was taken to Ipswich hospital where he later died.
The 36-year-old was also arrested after Mr Crisp’s death as a murder probe began.
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But no further action was taken against the man after a post mortem revealed Mr Crisp had died of natural causes.
Miss Fox, 39, who was expecting the couple’s first child together, said after Mr Crisp’s death: “Karl was looking forward to being a father.
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“He was just so excited about it.
“Karl was planning everything with me. He loved children.”
Miss Fox said Karl had been having headaches before he collapsed but had never had a fit.
She described trying to help Karl on the day he collapsed at their home.
“It was really sudden,” she said. “I heard banging noises.
I didn’t think anything of it at first. I went upstairs and as I got to the t op of the stairs Karl said ‘my head, my head’. He was already on the floor but then just started convulsing.”
Tributes to the popular character poured in after the former Copleston and Stoke High School student died.
Earl Gillis, 44, of Paper Mill Lane, Bramford, said: “Karl was popular with everybody. He was known in every pub in Ipswich. He was just a very, very loved man and will be sadly missed.”