Jonathan Lawlor and Daisy Donohoe Wiki – Biography
Jonathan Lawlor, 42, and Daisy Donohoe, 35, have been charged with the death of Sam Petrou, 35, on the Kentish Isle of Sheppey.
Jonathan Lawlor, 42, of no fixed address, was today charged with the murder of Sam Petrou, whose body was discovered in Eastchurch last Sunday. Daisy Donohoe, 35, from Welling, southeast London, was also charged with assisting an offender. Police arrested five people in total over the death of the father after his body was discovered in a caravan at Cliff Cottage in Chalet Park at around 9.40 am. Both suspects have been remanded in custody and will appear before Medway Magistrates’ Court on Monday. On Friday afternoon, a 42-year-old man and a 35-year-old woman were taken into custody on suspicion of conspiracy to murder.
Kent Police said the man was apprehended more than 300 miles away in Newcastle while the woman was arrested in London. Kent Police previously said that they arrested a man in his 50s at around 1 pm on Sunday, the same day Sam’s body was found, on suspicion of murder. A man, 42, from Sidcup, southeast London, and a 33-year-old woman from Greenwich, have also been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder. They remain under investigation by the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate and have been put on bail with conditions to return to a police station on September 11.
Jonathan Lawlor, 42, and Daisy Donohoe 35 years old.
Sheppey shooting Details: Police investigation report
Around 20 police and forensic officers were seen investigating the area near Eastchurch Holiday Centre on Tuesday. It is not yet known if the suspects knew the alleged victim. Detective Inspector Adam Marshall, of the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate, appealed for anyone with footage of the scene the evening before the body was found to come forward. He said: ‘We are continuing to appeal to drivers who may have been in this area, between 7.30 pm and 9 pm on Saturday, June 10, to check for any dashcam footage which may assist our investigation. It is important we identify the movements of people or vehicles in the Warden Road and Fourth Avenue areas, within this period.
‘ A Kent Police spokesperson said: ‘Three suspects arrested in connection with the death of a man in Sheerness have been bailed as part of an ongoing murder investigation. ‘Kent Police was called at around 9.40 am on Sunday 11 June 2023, to an address in Fourth Avenue, Eastchurch, where Sam Petrou was found deceased. Mr. Petrou, aged 35, had suffered injuries consistent with gunshot wounds. Since then, an investigation by the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate has led to the arrests of two men and a woman. They all remain under investigation and are currently bailed, with conditions, to return to a police station on 11 September.’
Kent Police have asked anyone with information to submit this online via the Public Portal or call them on 01622 652006, quoting reference 11-0449. People can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or complete an online form on their website.