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A woman whose death sparked a rape-murder investigation once killed a stranger by pushing him under the wheels of a moving tram can be revealed today.
Charrissa Brown, 36, was rushed to hospital on Wednesday night after an incident inside what neighbors say is a ‘halfway house’ in Bury, Greater Manchester.
Greater Manchester Police, who remain at the scene today, have arrested three men aged 32, 52 and 61, on suspicion of rape and murder.
As police continue their investigation into her death, it may be revealed today that Ms. Brown, also known by the surname Brown-Wellington, had recently been released from prison after serving a five-year sentence for involuntary manslaughter.
She was sentenced to prison for the murder of Philip Carter in June 2017. Then, at the age of 31, she pushed a 30-year-old Mr. Cater, who was a stranger to her, between two tram cars on the Manchester Victoria station.
Carter, of Blackley, was crushed by the tram as he was driving away and died at the scene of the incident, which a court later heard occurred after the couple had a drunken brawl.
Afterward, Brown-Wellington was heard to say: ‘I didn’t mean to. It got in my face. We were just playing fight.
Brown was later charged with murder
Brown was later charged with murder and ordered to stand trial. She but she pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter after being unexpectedly brought before a judge for a pre-trial hearing in October 2017.
At the 2017 sentencing at Manchester Crown Court, Judge William Davis told Brown that although his actions were not unprovoked, they were “completely unnecessary” and “aggressive”.
‘There was more than one victim in this case because the effect of what you did was so terrible.
“It’s just another example of how you react violently when faced with something you don’t really like,” he said.
Senior Greater Manchester Police officers described Ms Brown, who had a personality disorder that causes “impulsive violence”, as “a ticking time bomb” before the attack.
“He (Mr. Carter) suffered a brutal death because she lost her temper,” the force said in a statement at the time.
Meanwhile, Mr. Carter’s family said they “missed him every minute of every day,” adding in a statement: “We can try to mend our pain, though no matter how long the sentence is, it won’t bring Phil back.” nor will it make our loss any easier.” .’
When she was released, Brown was placed on a three-year extended license period as a “dangerous criminal.”
According to court records released at the time of her sentencing, Ms. Brown had an extensive criminal history of 65 felonies, many of which involved violence.
In 2013, she was jailed for four months for criminal mischief, assaulting three police officers, and using racially aggravated threatening or abusive words or behavior.
In April 2017, she was put on trial for fare evasion on a streetcar.
The revelation comes as tributes have been paid to Ms Brown today, including her mother Sue Brown.
Today Mrs Brown wrote on Facebook
Today Mrs Brown wrote on Facebook: ‘RIP my beautiful daughter’. She also urged her friends to bring flowers to the site and lay them in memory of Charrissa.
Meanwhile, her friend Leigh Kelly wrote: ‘Rip Charrissa Brown absolutely heartbroken.
Another, Marie Joel Bowden-Birkhead, wrote: “I’m going to fill Facebook with photos of Charrissa Brown instead of sharing the horrible news that happened to her.”
‘She was a legend, one in a million. I hope she’s causing chaos, baby.’
Faith Kiely added: ‘Thinking of all of you. Charissa will always be a woman that I will remember from my teens, she was a whirlwind. She made me laugh. I’m sorry for losing her.’
Meanwhile, neighbors told MailOnline how they were aware of Ms Brown’s troubled past.
One said: ‘Charrissa didn’t talk about what happened but everyone knew.
“There’s a lot of people going in and out of there, so I’m not sure who actually lived there, but she was there a lot.”
‘It’s a real party house and can be very noisy at times.’
She added: ‘Her poor family of hers.’
Another said: ‘It’s a shame. Everyone knew what she had done and that she had been in jail for killing the guy by pushing him under the streetcar.
The tributes arrive as detectives continue to investigate the circumstances behind Mrs. Brown’s death. An autopsy has been performed.
Detective Superintendent Kate Atton, of GMP’s Bury CID, said: “I have no doubt the community is shocked and concerned to hear the news about this incident, but I would like to assure you that we have a dedicated team of detectives who investigate and follow up. “. several lines of investigation to establish the circumstances surrounding the death of this lady.
‘High visibility patrols and local officers will be in the area and available to speak to anyone interested and we will provide more information as soon as we can.
“We want to give the lady’s family the answers they deserve as they are understandably devastated by the loss and our thoughts remain with them.” We would ask anyone with information to come forward.
“The team is following up on inquiries and it has been overnight since we received the report, but anyone who may have any information is asked to contact us, even the smallest piece of information could prove vital.”
Anyone with information can report it online at www.gmp.police.uk. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
The incident was referred to the Independent Office for Police Conduct in accordance with normal procedure due to previous police contact.
Charrissa Brown Quick and Facts
- Charrissa Brown, 36, rushed to hospital on Wednesday evening after incident
- The incident took place at what neighbours say is a ‘half-way’ house in Bury
- Police have arrested three men at three separate addresses in the town
- Today it can be revealed Ms Brown was jailed for manslaughter of Philip Carter
- She pushed the 30-year-old stranger in front of a tram at Manchester Victoria