Jury fail to reach verdicts over death of Honley man Darren Moorhouse

Jury fail to reach verdicts over death of Honley man Darren Moorhouse
 

Two men accused of murdering Honley man Darren Moorhouse during a disturbance at a property in Halifax are to face a retrial after a jury failed to reach any verdicts.
The 49-year-old died after suffering a single stab wound to the heart during a violent incident at a property in Athol Close, Ovenden, in January.
A jury at Bradford Crown Court was told that 26-year-old Buxton man Dale Dwyer was responsible for the fatal stabbing, but both he and his co-accused Christopher Churchill, 34, denied the murder charge during a two-week trial.
The jury heard defence claims that Mr Moorhouse had... read more

 
1 August 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 38
Source: Examiner
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