Vigil for teenager killed in stabbing
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Coventry's police commander 'can't accept' Jaydon James killing

Coventry's police commander says he "can't accept" a child was "murdered in the streets of my city".

Sixteen-year-old Jaydon James, known as JJ, was stabbed in Coventry on Saturday night and died later in hospital.

More than 200 people on Sunday attended a vigil in memory of the teenager.

Jaydon was hurt after going out to buy some food, according to his grandfather Joe Green who said the boy "wasn't a fighter" - a sentiment echoed by sister Jayda James.

  • 26 Nov 2018