A 18-year-old man has been accused of the murder of Marlow lady Joanne Rand.
Xeneral Webster, of Westway, Hammersmith and Fulham, London was accused of one tally of murder yesterday (Thursday), following the demise of Ms Rand in June.
The 47-year-old passed on at Stoke Mandeville Hospital on June 14, over seven days in the wake of affliction genuine consumes when she was sprinkled by a destructive substance in Frogmoor, Wycombe, on June 3.
Webster was remanded in guardianship following an appearance at Amersham Court on Thursday and is expected to show up at Reading Crown Court on April 9.
“Jo will be affectionately recognized as a carefree, bubbly and minding individual. She implied such a great amount to such a significant number of and her terrible and sudden demise has left everybody who knew her stunned and profoundly disheartened.
“Jo was conceived in County Durham and experienced childhood in High Wycombe. She was the most youthful kin of five young ladies. Growing up, Jo was extremely naughty. As the child of the family, Jo was spoilt by her sisters and was dependably the focal point of their consideration.
Jacqueline and Lynn were particularly near Jo. They had an exceptional bond and would talk most days having a snicker and a joke, and would get together when they could.
“We are absolutely crushed. Our agony is colossal and our hearts are broken. We will never get over losing Jo, she has left such a major gap.
“Jo lived locally in the region all her life and had three youngsters, Charlotte, Ryan and Katie. Jo was extremely glad for her youngsters, adored them beyond all doubt and dependably put them first. Jo and her family were crushed at the terrible loss of Charlotte in 2011 and Jo thought that it was difficult to deal with.
Katie and Ryan are so devastated, they can’t discover the words to depict how they feel about losing their mum. Jo was profoundly adored by her accomplice Eddie.
“He misses her so much and feels lost without her and will recollect forget her stunning grinning eyes.
“Jo was known for her clever comical inclination and her most loved saying was “Break On.” She had an uplifting point of view notwithstanding when she was experiencing intense circumstances.
Jo had dependably been youthful on a fundamental level and cherished just associating with companions, getting a charge out of music and moving.
“Jo’s adoration for looking after individuals drove her to work at Sir Aubrey Ward in Marlow where she was an esteemed individual from the group. Jo was dedicated and enthusiastic about her activity and made many dear companions.
“Jo was cherished by numerous and will be profoundly missed by all who had the benefit of knowing her.”