Jahmel Jones murder trial jury retire for third day

Jahmel Jones murder trial jury retire for third day

Jahmel Jones murder trial jury retire for third day

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Jurors in murder trial of Jahmel Jones have retired for a third day.

Members of the jury have yet to reach a verdict in the case, in which Pierre Lewis, Jemmikai Orlebar Forbes and Isaac Boateng are jointly charged with the murder of Mr Jones in a flat at 69 St Mary Street, Southampton, on April 20 last year.

The jury at Winchester Crown Court were stood down to deliberate their verdicts on Tuesday lunchtime.

They are also reaching verdicts over another defendant, Rachel Kenehan, who is charged with assisting an offender, perverting the course of justice, and conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.

Proceeding.

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