Tenerife Beheading UK
May 20, 2011 by staff
Tenerife Beheading, A man accused of beheading a British woman in a shop in Tenerife had been released from a psychiatric unit in the UK last summer after he was sectioned for his own safety. Deyan Deyanov, 28, apparently was sectioned under the Mental Health Act for his own safety last summer and remains in the psychiatric unit at Glan Clwyd hospital Ablett in North Wales. But last October he was out, and last week allegedly stalked and killed Westley Jennifer Mills, 60, in the resort of Los Cristianos.
Today, a statement of health officials confirmed Deyanov was arrested in north Wales, but gave few details, citing patient confidentiality as the reason.
It is unclear whether he was allowed to leave the psychiatric unit after being evaluated or fled. Officials did not say whether an investigation had begun. A spokeswoman for the Board of Health of the University, Ysbyty Gwynedd, said in a prepared statement: “The health board can confirm that assisted the North Wales police in relation to a person detained for their own safety in the summer 2010.
“The health board has had no contact with this client since October of last year.”
Deyanov, a Bulgarian national, was cut during a visit to see relatives in the United Kingdom, and two of his ex-girlfriends, said in interviews that he was a major consumer of drugs, cocaine and cannabis.
Jennifer Mills-Westley, originally from Norwich, Norfolk, was in a china shop property on Avenida Juan Carlos when he was stabbed repeatedly and beheaded.
Since the last attack in the morning, it was found that his alleged victim had taken refuge in a local employment center just minutes before she was killed.
Witnesses said the murderer left the store clutching her head and said reports that “God is on earth.”
Mills-Westley, who had five grandchildren, had been living in Tenerife after retiring from her job as a road safety officer with the Norfolk County Council.
Tenerife reports suggest Deyanov had received psychiatric treatment in Cuba.
Regional newspaper La Opinion reported that he was released from a local hospital in February after participating in violence.
The document also said a judge issued a warrant for Deyanov capture May 10, three days before the murder and Deyanov had been in a fight that recently appeared to be under the influence of drugs.
Deyanov was arrested on suspicion of murder, and now is detained in a psychiatric unit in Tenerife.
A security guard said he had broken Deyanov in the face four months ago and a former girlfriend expressed fears for their safety.
Rachel Sharpe, 22, of Canterbury, Kent, said he told her he wanted to kill someone to see what it was. She said she thought he was the Messiah, but he became very angry when she said it was not.
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