This is the chilling moment as suspect piled a dead body onto a mobility scooter and dump it in a park.
CCTV footage shows a woman struggling with a corpse in the dead of night in Peterborough.
The full case is due to be shown tonight on Channel 4's 24 hours in Police Custody.
The series follows Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Police’s detective work, round-the-clock.
Tonight’s episode “Left For Dead” looks into the case of Stuart Wilkinson, whose body was found in a Peterborough park.
The 53-year-old victim, nicknamed “Chink”, was known by other homeless people in the area.
DCI Jerry Waite begins to pull the pieces together, and after an anonymous tip, launches a murder probe.
The detectives turn their attention to Fair View Court, the supported housing project for people with mental health and drug or alcohol problems.
Cops speak to a night porter who witnessed a lady struggling to move a mobility scooter through the door with a pile of blankets.
In shocking CCTV footage, Kelly Ann Almond can be seen dragging the scooter out with the body, then pushing the corpse into the well of the scooter and riding off.
DCI Waite says: "If he’s OD’d and he’s still alive, surely she just phones an ambulance. Either that or you’ve murdered him and you want to dispose of the body."
Susanne Seagrave, officer from major crime unit, arrests the 34-year-old at her flat before officers look for signs of foul play.
One officer says it's the worst scene he's ever been into for needles, which are proving to be a massive problem.
Kelly is taken to hospital, where she tells doctors that Stuart was "already dead" and confesses to taking him to the park to be found the next morning.
Worried that she would be in trouble and lose her council flat, she decided to borrow a pal’s mobility scooter and dragged the body out.
She's taken in for a police interview and denies killing her friend, who she warned about the dangers of heroin.
Breaking down in tears, she says: "[I] went to a friend of mines and borrowed her electric scooter.
“ I took hold of the sleeping bag with Chink in it and gently slid him down the stairs onto the electric scooter, just kept saying, ‘I’m so sorry Chink I wish I’d checked on you sooner, then none of this would have been happening’, I wish I wasn’t so self-involved.
"I was scared to lose my home and be on the streets and end up like Chinky. I know that sounds horrible. I’m so sorry."
Kelly was charged with disposing of a corpse in a manner likely to obstruct a coroner by removing Stuart from her home address to a local park.
She was also charged with intent to pervert the course of justice by moving the body failing to report the death.
A final post-mortem confirmed that Stuart died as a result of pneumonia exacerbated by his drug use. There was no sign of foul play.
Kelly was found guilty of obstructing a coroner, by disposing of a corpse. She was sentenced to two years in prison and completed a drugs rehabilitation course while in prison.
24 Hours In Police Custody airs at 9pm tonight on Channel 4.
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