Cannabis 'changed personality' of boy found hanging
9:39am Thu 26th Jun 08:: written by Antony Quarrell
The grieving father of a 15-year-old boy found hanging in a shed at his family home has told an inquest how cannabis use had changed the tragic teen's personality.
Coroner Peter Bedford recorded an open verdict at the inquest into the death of Lee Frankham who died on December 29 last year.
The hearing, held on Thursday last week, heard Lee had an argument with his father, Tom Frankham, the day before he was found hanging in the shed at the family home in Datchet Road, Horton.
Mr Frankham, described his son as being 'a normal lad' up until eight to nine months before his death. He attributed Lee's personality change to cannabis use and said the family had tried to help him deal with his problems.
For the full story, see tomorrow's Windsor Express.
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