The beloved “beloved, caring” son of the PCCC, who was found dead on a sidewalk near a village, has paid a shocking tribute to his mother.
The body of 53-year-old Julia James was found earlier this week in a small trail in Snowsade, near Ilesham.
She is believed to be walking near her home when tragedy strikes and local police investigate the murder.
Kent police have not confirmed how the mother of the two children died. No arrests have been made.
By Mrs. James, who lived in the crescent moon. Thanks to her in 2007, she became a PCSO and after her death.
The Sun reported Patrick Davis, Julia’s 23-year-old daughter, pays homage to his beloved mother
He said Facebook : “Mom, I can’t believe I even wrote this. I love you to the moon and back.
I’m in total shock. I still don’t believe this is true, but I hope I’m happy and content wherever you are because that’s what you deserve.
“You are so wonderful, so loving, so caring, so inquisitive as to be a mother, and the circumstances around you make no sense.”
He then went on to ask for a place for his family during this time of grief.
Meanwhile, a neighbor near the scene of the PCSO’s death feared that this would be similar to the 1996 Chilean massacre.
The woman, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said: “He is very close to home.
They associate it with what happened in Chile. Do you think we have found someone who kills people in the forest? You do not know, you do not know.
“This is a very remote place, so anyone who has done this terrible thing knows the area and knows all the ways out.”
We all go there. This is a very popular road and beautiful woods filled with wildlife. Then all of a sudden, this terrible accident happened. People are scared now.
Officers were called to the scene on Tuesday morning at 4:00 p.m.
Kent Police Assistant Chief of Staff Tom Richard said at the time:
It is a great pity for me to confirm that the victim was a PCSO who served for Kent Police and in the process our thoughts will be with the family, friends and colleagues during a thorough and thorough investigation.
On Mondays and Tuesdays it is very important that anyone who has been in the area and has seen any suspicious activity contact us.
We are especially interested in talking to those who regularly visit the area, who have seen something out of the ordinary, and who have taken a Dashkam camera.
“We urge locals to remain vigilant until the death toll is confirmed,” he said.
People can contact Kent Police on 0800 0514 526 to provide information.