06:00 Friday 31 January 2014

Date for inquest into death of popular Aaron Wisbey is set

Written byJORDAN DAY

An inquest is being held next month (February) into the death of a popular young father and talented martial artist.

The death of 37-year-old Aaron Wisbey last October rocked the Ely area - mainly because it was so sudden.

Aaron, a former partner at Mercedes Benz specialists Stewart and Wisbey in Lynn Road, Chettisham, was found dead at the garage on the night of October 31.

He had called his wife, Melanie, 34, at around 9.30pm to tell her that he was finishing off some paperwork and that he’d be home soon.

But he didn’t show up, and when Melanie couldn’t get an answer on his mobile phone or the garage’s phone, she dialled 999.

Police attended the garage and discovered Aaron, who was a black belt in karate, lying dead on the showroom floor. Forensics teams examined the garage and confirmed that his death was not suspicious.

Aaron, of Lumley Close, Ely, leaves his wife and two sons, Louis, 3, and Theo - who was just seven weeks at the time.

An inquest into his death is being held in Chatteris, on Wednesday, February 19.

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