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US News Man faces trial over death of boy in hit-and-run outside school

14:20  09 december  2019
14:20  09 december  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Terence Glover, 51, also faces attempted murder charges over collision in Loughton, Essex. A 51-year-old man has been charged with murder after a 12-year-old boy was killed in a hit - and - run outside an Essex school .

The Death Row Records founder made the plea to avoid charges of murdering one man and Image copyright Reuters. Image caption Knight was facing possible life in prison if found guilty as originally What happened in the hit - and - run ? The charge relates to an incident in January 2015 in Compton, a

Floral bouquets left near the entrance to Debden Park High School, in Willingale Road, Loughton, Essex. © Rick Findler/PA Wire/PA Images Floral bouquets left near the entrance to Debden Park High School, in Willingale Road, Loughton, Essex. A 51-year-old man will go on trial next year charged with the murder of a 12-year-old boy who was killed in a hit-and-run outside his school in Essex.

Harley Watson died in hospital after a vehicle ploughed into children who were leaving Debden Park High School in Loughton shortly before 3.20pm on December 2.

Terence Glover, of Newmans Lane, Loughton, is charged with his murder and the attempted murder of a woman and nine children.

a person wearing glasses and smiling at the camera: Harley Watson (Essex Police/PA) © Essex Police Harley Watson (Essex Police/PA) They are 23-year-old Raquel Jimeno and six boys and three girls aged between 12 and 16 who cannot be named due to a court order.

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However, in recent years more and more young and vulnerable inmates aged 18 or 19 are being placed on adult wings rather than being sent to Young Offender Institutions. Some of these teenagers are vulnerable to assaults and rape, as well as other kinds of bullying.

tHE 'true culprit' in the ' hit - and - run ' killing of schoolboy Sam Walker has been found after a 12-year The five-year-old was run over in front of his mother, sister and cousin as he crossed Hardy Lane, on Nawnee Mackin, 35, formerly of Astbury Avenue, Chorlton, has now gone on trial at Manchester

Glover is also charged with driving a Ford Ka dangerously in Willingale Road.

He wore a green and yellow tracksuit as he appeared before Chelmsford Crown Court.

The defendant remained seated during the nine-minute hearing which was conducted on a video link from Chelmsford Prison, where he is remanded in custody.

He was not asked for pleas during the hearing, and a formal plea hearing was set for January 31 at Chelmsford Crown Court.

a group of people standing in a yard: Floral bouquets left at the entrance to Debden Park High School in Willingale Road, Loughton, Essex (Rick Findler/PA) © Provided by PA Media Floral bouquets left at the entrance to Debden Park High School in Willingale Road, Loughton, Essex (Rick Findler/PA) A provisional trial date was set for June 1 at Chelmsford Crown Court.

Judge Charles Gratwicke told Glover: “This matter is now adjourned to January 31 2020.

Man (28) found guilty of manslaughter of father-of-four who died after inhaling blood and teeth

  Man (28) found guilty of manslaughter of father-of-four who died after inhaling blood and teeth Michael Dineen had denied the murder of Patrick O’Donnell but admitted being guilty of the manslaughter. He pleaded not guilty to murder but guilty of manslaughter when he was arraigned at the start of the trial in the Central Criminal Court sitting in Cork.Jurors had heard that Dineen attacked O’Donnell in a vicious incident.Teresa Walsh, who was working in the bar at the time of the attack, told the trial that Dineen behaved “like a lunatic”.She heard the noise of a heavy chair in the pub and went down to investigate. There she found O’Donnell on the floor following an assault.

Corey, six, and Casper Platt-May, two, had been on a family trip to the park when they were hit. A man has admitted causing the deaths of two young brothers in a hit - and - run crash Rob Matthews, head of Ravensdale Primary School where Corey went, described them as "lovely boys ", adding that

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“You are remanded in custody. Thank you very much.”

The defendant replied: “Thank you.”

Harley was described by his family as a “good, kind, helpful and lovely boy”.

In a statement released through Essex Police, they said: “We are so devastated by what has happened.

“We would like to thank everyone for their kind wishes and concern.

“However as a family we would like people to respect our privacy and allow us to grieve in peace.”

Scores of well-wishers have donated to a GoFundMe.com fundraising page in his memory.

Video: Essex Police release name of man they want to speak to in connection with Loughton incident (Evening Standard) 

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