Four men found guilty of killing Wembley father in Bournemouth
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Reece James, 21, was gunned down in July last year
Four men have been convicted of killing a young father-of-one from Wembley who was gunned down in Bournemouth.
Reece James, 21, was shot in the head with a sawn-off shotgun in the seaside down in Dorset on July 25 last year.
Yesterday at Winchester Crown Court, Kieron Kenroy Wellington, 30, from Bournemouth, and three London men; Wayne Stephenson, 34, Keifer Hutchinson, 23, and Jarome Parkinson, 25, were found guilty of his manslaughter.
Mr James, who was known by the name Style, had become a father for the first time shortly before his death.
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Wellington’s 23-year-old girlfriend Terri Campbell, 23, was acquitted.
All four will be sentenced today.
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