Who is Alice Stones? Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, mauled to death by a dog at her family’s Milton Keynes home

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Horrified neighbors have paid tribute to a four-year-old girl who was mauled to death by a dog at her home in Milton Keynes. Little Alice Stones was savagely attacked by the animal in her back garden at Broadlands, Netherfield, last night. Armed police cornered the dog and destroyed it. Thames Valley Police have said no arrests have been made as they investigate the attack in Buckinghamshire.

Locals left flowers outside the house this morning, while others described the ‘desperate screams’ of Alice’s mother as the animal killed her son, who neighbors say the family bought about six weeks ago. One of her said that the screams of her mother would torment her and added: “I heard:” she is dead! She’s dead!” They will stay with me forever. It was a nightmare. I am heartbroken. They will haunt me.

Police say no one else was hurt and the girl’s family is supported by specially trained officers. Detectives remain on the scene today as their investigation into the incident continues. At first I thought the noise was from someone’s TV, but it just went on and on, like a high-pitched squeal,” a neighbor said today, recalling the screams coming from the property at the time of the attack.

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“I opened my window and I could only hear screaming and sobbing. I didn’t know what was happening. ‘My friend who lives closest to the house says she heard a woman scream “My baby, she’s dead, she’s dead” over and over again. It is awful. Officers and paramedics responded to the home shortly after 5:00 p.m. m. yesterday after receiving reports that a dog had attacked a child in the backyard of a property.

Armed officers pounced on the property “very quickly” and ordered neighbors to stay inside before a police shooter “humanely destroyed” the animal. Community members said the neighborhood was “basically on lockdown” when police responded to the scene. A neighbor whose children went to school with Alice told The Sun police ordered residents to stay inside in case the dog escaped.

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An officer reportedly said, “If this dog goes outside, someone is going to get hurt.” The neighbor described the animal as a “big brown dog” that the family apparently got as a pet a few weeks ago. The resident said they had “only seen him in the house.” The family’s next-door neighbor said he tried to look into his backyard, but was ordered back inside.

About an hour later, armed officers reportedly knocked on his door and asked to enter his home so they could see the layout of the property and “get an idea of what it would be like next door.” Shortly thereafter, the police reportedly advised him that he “better get out of the house”. One resident added: ‘I had no idea what was going on, but there were a dozen police cars and three ambulances with their blue lights on.

‘I heard a policeman yelling in the street: ‘Stay inside, don’t come out.’ A friend of mine said that another officer warned them to expect a shot. “It was absolutely terrifying and I locked the front and back doors just in case. I didn’t know at the time that they were after a dog. Loral tributes and teddy bears were left outside the house today in memory of young Alice. One message read: “Rest in peace, beautiful girl.” Another signed by Netherfield residents read: “Thinking of you at this sad time.”

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Neighbor and mother of four, Rita Matthews, 36, told MailOnline that she walked most mornings to the local primary school with Alice’s mother, Louise. Alice was her only daughter. My daughter went to the same school and we often walked together,” she said. I never saw her with a dog, and she never mentioned that they had one. “It’s heartbreaking and I can’t imagine what Louise is going through. That poor girl.

Ms Matthews also said she heard Alice scream from the garden last night, but she “didn’t know what was going on”. “Many police cars showed up and told us to stay inside. Then I saw on Facebook what had happened and I was shocked,” she added. ‘I feel very sad because I have four children and I feel sorry for the girl’s mother. ‘I wish the mother strength.’

Michelle Kitchener, 54, said Alice lived in the house with Louise, who is reportedly a single mother. The mother-of-two added: ‘The mother always kept to herself, but she would sometimes see her drop the girl off at nursery or school. I have never seen or heard a dog barking from that house. I didn’t even know they had a dog.

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Police conducted house-to-house inquiries today as they investigated Alice’s death. Officers went door to door asking residents if they had ever seen the dog or if they knew if she had attacked anyone before.

Lesley Dwyer, 65, told MailOnline today: ‘We passed the house last night and heard a dog barking in the garden. ‘He looked like he was quite excited, he was growling and barking. I didn’t see him but he sounded like a big dog – we have a dog and it shows. “There are quite a few dogs around here, but I didn’t think they had one, they haven’t been here very long.”

She added: “It’s really sad.” Thames Valley Police Superintendent Matt Bullivant described the incident as “absolutely tragic” last night, adding: “Clearly, we are in the early stages of an investigation, and it would be incorrect and unhelpful to speculate on the exact circumstances of this incident at this point.

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“However, to ensure public safety, the decision was made tonight to destroy the dog involved, and this has been done humanely. “I understand how much of an impact this will have on the community and the general public, and people can expect to see a large police presence in the area tonight and beyond as our investigation continues.”

Superintendent Bullivant continued: ‘I would like to reassure people that there is no reason to believe that there is any danger to the general public at this time. Anyone with concerns should feel free to reach out to our officers and ask questions, but I urge people not to speculate on the circumstances, especially on social media platforms.

I also understand that this case is likely to attract media attention. With this in mind, I would like to ask that the privacy of the family involved in this difficult time be respected. It is impossible to imagine what they must be going through right now.  The force urged anyone with information about the incident to call 101 quoting the reference number 20230131-1546 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. Reports can also be made online.Read More……

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