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Second charge over attack death
Peter Ramsey
Peter Ramsey, a Canadian, died three days after being attacked
Police have charged a second teenager with manslaughter following the death of a man who was attacked after leaving a Southampton supermarket.

Peter Ramsey, 40, died in hospital on 13 October, three days after being set upon near Tesco Express in Millbrook.

Mr Ramsey, a Canadian, of Green Park Road, was assaulted while walking home with his girlfriend.

A 13-year-old boy was charged on Wednesday. A 15-year-old boy has already been charged with manslaughter.

Three other youths remain on conditional bail pending further inquiries.

Father-of two

Mr Ramsey, an artist, returned home and later collapsed.

He underwent emergency surgery for a head wound at Southampton General Hospital, but later died from his injuries.

He leaves two children living in Canada, from a previous marriage. His mother and extended family live in Hampshire.

The teenager, who has not been named, was due to appear at Southampton Youth Court on Thursday, a Hampshire police spokeswoman said.

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