Aleksi Shyti Wiki – Aleksi Shyti Biography
Aleksi Shyti is a suspected illegal driver, wanted by police for knocking down and killing a pedestrian 11 years ago, has been extradited from Bulgaria and brought to the UK to be charged over the death.
Shyti was believed to have fled the country after the fatal crash in Hertfordshire and evaded capture for 11 years by going on the run.
He is 42 years old.
Ricky Burlton Death
‘Ricky Burlton, from Enfield in north London, was struck by a car on his way home from Hertford. Tragically, he suffered fatal injuries and passed away at the scene. Shyti is believed to have left the country shortly after.
‘The charges are in connection with a collision on a slip road of the A10 near Hoddesdon in the early hours of Friday, June 4, 2010.
Aleksi Shyti Wanted
Police said that Aleksi Shyti was eventually arrested in August this year as he tried to enter Bulgaria. Details of a European Arrest Warrant issued in his name flashed up at border control.
Shyti, who has been remanded in custody, was wanted to question the death of 20-year-old Ricky Burlton, who was killed on a slip road on the A10 in Hoddesdon, Herts on June 4, 2010.
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A spokesman for Hertfordshire Constabulary said today: ‘A man has been charged and remanded in connection with a fatal collision in Hoddesdon more than 11 years ago.
‘Aleksi Shyti, aged 42 years, of no fixed address, has been charged with causing death whilst driving without a license, possession of a false identity document, and providing incorrect information to obtain an insurance policy.
‘He was brought into Hertfordshire Constabulary’s custody on Monday before appearing at Hatfield Remand Court yesterday/on Tuesday. He was remanded back into custody and is next scheduled to appear at St Alban’s Crown Court on Monday, November 8.
Detective Inspector Iain Macpherson, from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire (BCH) Major Crime Unit, said: ‘Ricky’s family have had to wait 11 long years for someone to be charged in connection with his death.
‘I cannot imagine how difficult it has been for them and as ever, they remain in our thoughts as we work through this latest development.
‘We now wait for the justice process to progress.’