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AN ELDERLY woman was beaten to death with a cricket bat in her garden by a mentally ill man who yelled "kill, kill, kill".

Guy Douglas Unmack, 46, was found guilty of the murder of 87-year-old Rosemary Hill and was told he faces life in jail.

2Guy Douglas Unmack, 46, was found guilty of murderCredit: SWNS 2Rosemary Hill was beaten to death in her gardenCredit: SWNS

One woman heard him shouting 'kill, kill, kill' outside his house in Reigate, Surrey, and he appeared to be regularly drinking booze from early morning trips to the supermarket.

The jury was told the attack, which happened around three months after the start of the first lockdown last year, happened after Unmack had been drinking.

Police also later discovered more than 800 tablets, equivalent to 218 days of his prescription, suggesting he had also not been taking his medication after he was diagnosed with schizophrenia.

A witness, who saw the attack take place at about 5.30pm on June 21 last year, said Unmack ran from the pavement down the driveway of his own home and then back towards his home.

The woman, who watched inside a car, saw him come back seconds later holding a bat and walked up to Mrs Hill from behind and then struck her on the back of the head with the cricket bat.

Her mother, who was driving, sounded the horn, which distracted Unmack who ran away.

Guildford Crown Court was told Mrs Hill was rushed to hospital but she had suffered such serious brain injuries that she could not be operated on.

The retired teacher and talented musician was given palliative care and died four days later in hospital.

The court was also told her husband had died only five months earlier.

Unmack, who previously admitted manslaughter with diminished responsibility, is said to have just stood in the road as members of the public rushed to help the victim.

During police interview, he was found to have twice the drink drive level of alcohol in his blood.

Following being deemed unfit for questioning, he was sectioned under the Mental Health Act and subsequently moved to a secure hospital.

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Other neighbours told the court how Unmack's condition had deteriorated during lockdown and he had been frequently heard shouting outside his house.

Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Chief Inspector Charlotte Rimmer said "Guy Unmack was today found guilty of murder by the jury at Guildford Crown Court.

"He will next appear at Guildford Crown Court on June 24 to be sentenced."

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Heart-stopping video was released Tuesday of a deadly police shooting in Stockton on May 11.

There were 911 calls of a possible assault at a home around 9:45 a.m. Officer Jimmy Inn, 30, arrived at the home and was shot almost immediately, as the body camera footage shows.

Inn's partner heard the gunshots and saw the man with a gun standing over the injured officer. The suspect is seen shooting at the second officer, who returns fire from his patrol car.

Then, the suspect brings out his 8-year-old son and starts strangling him, and the officer is heard yelling "Let the kid go."

Someone in the neighborhood was able to tackle the man and freed the little boy. The second officer then fired several rounds, striking the suspect.

Despite performing life-saving measures, both the suspect and the 30-year-old officer died at the hospital.

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