Matthew Adams Death – The family members of Matthew Adams has announced his death days after he was injured during West Bromwich pub assault. He described as a “loving and devoted dad” by the family members who loved him so much. He was attacked in a bar and the incident in West Bromwich pub has prompted the opening of a homicide investigation. Matthew sustained during the assault that took place at the Gough Arms in West Bromwich contributed to his death four days after the incident.
West Bromwich pub assault
During the early hours of Sunday, March 19, 2023, the assault took place at the venue located on Jowetts Lane. Matthew went back to his house in Walsall in an attempt to get better, but on Thursday, March 23, an ambulance was summoned and the 33-year-old was rushed to the hospital. He passed away at the hospital on the same day he was transported there. On Saturday, March 25, detectives made arrests of a 14-year-old child, a 37-year-old woman, and two men in their 41s and 51s on suspicion of murder.
The suspects were later released on bond. Today, Thursday, March 30, a fifth arrest was made, and the suspect is currently being held in prison. The family of Matthew expressed their sorrow at his passing in a statement that was distributed by the West Midlands Police. They said, “We are devastated by the loss of Matt, our son, brother, partner, friend, and a devoted dad to his two beautiful children.”
Matt is the type of person that would help everyone; he is generous, loves to have fun, and is larger than life. The family have lost not just the physical body, but also the whole essence of their family. Anyone who was in the bar on the evening of the assault and has not already spoken to the police was urged to do so because they may have information that can assist with the inquiry if they have not already done so. The officials are interested in finding out what happened to be able to provide Matthew’s loved ones with answers to their questions.
“It’s important we understand what happened and that we get answers for Matthew’s loved ones. We know Matthew was assaulted inside the pub and we are trawling CCTV, but we need witnesses to speak to us. Anyone with any information was urged to get in touch via live chat at www.west-midlands.police.uk or call 101, quoting 20/271388/23.”
Matthew Adams obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by family members
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