Jericho ‘murder’ trial set for 2023 as men appear in court

Jericho ‘murder’ trial set for 2023 as men appear in court
Jericho ‘murder’ trial set for 2023 as men appear in court

THE TRIAL of four men charged with the murder of Alex Innes of Kidlington is due to start next May.

Three of the four accused of killing the 25-year-old in Jericho on Sunday appeared in Oxford Crown Court at 10am this morning.

The fourth man, McGregory Muinami, 18, of Cranham Street, Jericho, appeared in the dock at the magistrates’ court at the same time. He was taken into custody to appear in crown court on Monday.

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Judge Ian Pringle KC, Oxford’s honorary recorder, has tentatively set the start of the men’s trial for May 15 next year. The case is expected to last about six weeks.

Trio Michael Oluyitan, 19, of Waynflete Road, Barton, Bradley Morton, 18, of Cumberlege Close, Marston and Keyarno Allen, 18, of Furlong Close, Blackbird Leys spoke only to confirm their names as they appeared in the dock. at the Crown Court of St Aldates.

None pleaded guilty to murder and possession of a knife and all were remanded in custody.

Judge Pringle told the men: “I’m going to adjourn your case until February 3 – that’s a Friday – next year when there will be a plea and case management hearing. ‘affair.

“You will no doubt have appointments with your lawyers by then to prepare for the hearing.

“In the meantime, you must all remain in custody.”

This story was written by Tom Seaward. He joined the team in 2021 as a forensic and crime reporter from Oxfordshire.

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