Teenager’s inquest to be heard

An inquest into the death of 13-year-old Tyler Mison who was found hanging from his bed frame was due to be heard today.

The teenager was discovered at his home in Shotley Gate by his stepfather on Sunday, September 6 last year, after friends had called at the house.

Following his death, the Holbrook High School pupil’s parents, said: “We would give anything to have you back arguing with us.”

The inquest will be heard at Ip-City, in Bath Street, Ipswich, by HM Coroner, Dr Peter Dean.

He was also due to preside over an inquest into the death of talented musician and artist, Paul Ablett.


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Mr Ablett, 57, of Ashmere Grove, Ipswich, died in hospital on July 30 after being found in the River Orwell at Princes Street, Ipswich.

An inquest into the death of Tom Chick, a 26-year-old from Ipswich who had been battling depression, was also scheduled to be heard today.

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Mr Chick, a youth group leader at St Matthew’s Church in Ipswich, died on July 4.

Inquests were also due into the deaths of Alan Harding, 25, from Leicestershire, who died in April after being involved in a bus crash in Duke Street, Ipswich, John Goldsmith, 91, of Woodbridge, who was admitted to Ipswich Hospital prior to his death in February with head injuries, and James Hunt, 27, who died on May 1 this year having been found hanging from the stairwell of his Ipswich home.

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