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24 Hours in Police Custody: What happened to Kish, who was accused of stalking friend in ‘unhealthy obsession’?

The final episode of popular Channel 4 show 24 Hours in Police Custody focused on how a friendship t..

By admin , in Cambridge , at March 27, 2018

The final episode of popular Channel 4 show 24 Hours in Police Custody focused on how a friendship turned into an "unhealthy obsession".

Today, Deborah accused her former friend Kish of making her life hell, but he turned the tables and accused her of telling lies and actually stalking him.

Both have got extreme views, but in the middle there's a line that one of them might have crossed.

Four months after the programme aired, Kish was charged with stalking – but when his case came t trial, the magistrate decided there was not enough evidence to proceed and the case was formally dismissed.

Speaking of her fears, Deborah says: "Ive always liked to think that Ive been a good judge of character. I feel like Ive been trampled over. Its like somebodys trying to take a part of me.

"And to cross those lines and those boundaries time after time, its just weird, its an intrusion. What is his motive? Where does he stop? Is he, is he that confused and twisted that he might consider doing something really bad?"

The hit fly-on-the-wall documentary returned to TV screens last month (Monday, February 19) for its sixth series – with excellent reviews after showing the inside story of how Bedfordshire Police caught one of its own officers Gareth Suffling.

Episode two of the series told the story of a man who was hit by a car outside a kebab shop in a case of mistaken identity.

Episode three of 24 Hours in Police Custody focused on Kelly Ann Almond – a woman who used a mobility scooter to dump her dead friend's body .

Episode four showed the investigation into a pensioner who helped cover up the murder of a woman dumped under rubble in a garden 15 years ago .

The penultimate episode of popular Channel 4 show 24 Hours in Police Custody focuses on a 'cuckooing' investigation after two "prolific offenders" take over a vulnerable woman's home and use it as a drug den.

Episode six of 24 Hours in Police Custody, called 'Too close for comfort' airs on Monday, March 26, on Channel 4 at 9pm.

PC Jason Horne and PC Ed Mitchell interviewing the suspect about allegations of stalking (Image: Channel 4)
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What happens in episode six?

Episode six of the Channel 4 show is called 'Too close for comfort' and focuses on allegations the friend of a woman has began stalking her.

The episode synopsis reads: "A woman has reported to Bedfordshire police that she is living in fear because she believes a man who she once regarded as a friend has begun to stalk her, and officers are sent to arrest him.

A shocked Debbie (alleged victim) after being shown the large volume of photos of herself downloaded from the alleged suspect's phone (Image: Channel 4)

"Cameras follow the complainant and the prime suspect as they argue over whether he has crossed a line and what was once friendship has now turned into an unhealthy obsession."

24 Hours in Police Custody: What happened to Kish, who was accused of stalking friend in ‘unhealthy obsession’?

The final episode of popular Channel 4 show 24 Hours in Police Custody focused on how a friendship t..

By admin , in Cambridge , at March 27, 2018

The final episode of popular Channel 4 show 24 Hours in Police Custody focused on how a friendship turned into an "unhealthy obsession".

Today, Deborah accused her former friend Kish of making her life hell, but he turned the tables and accused her of telling lies and actually stalking him.

Both have got extreme views, but in the middle there's a line that one of them might have crossed.

Four months after the programme aired, Kish was charged with stalking – but when his case came t trial, the magistrate decided there was not enough evidence to proceed and the case was formally dismissed.

Speaking of her fears, Deborah says: "Ive always liked to think that Ive been a good judge of character. I feel like Ive been trampled over. Its like somebodys trying to take a part of me.

"And to cross those lines and those boundaries time after time, its just weird, its an intrusion. What is his motive? Where does he stop? Is he, is he that confused and twisted that he might consider doing something really bad?"

The hit fly-on-the-wall documentary returned to TV screens last month (Monday, February 19) for its sixth series – with excellent reviews after showing the inside story of how Bedfordshire Police caught one of its own officers Gareth Suffling.

Episode two of the series told the story of a man who was hit by a car outside a kebab shop in a case of mistaken identity.

Episode three of 24 Hours in Police Custody focused on Kelly Ann Almond – a woman who used a mobility scooter to dump her dead friend's body .

Episode four showed the investigation into a pensioner who helped cover up the murder of a woman dumped under rubble in a garden 15 years ago . (more…)