Man and woman charged with murder of Wembley father appear in court
Reece James-Menzies was shot dead in Bournemouth
A man and a woman charged with the murder of a young father from Wembley have appeared in court.
Kieron Wellington, 29, from London, and Terri Campbell, 22, from Bournemouth, are accused of gunning down 21-year-old Reece James-Menzies on July 25.
The father-of-one was shot dead in the Boscombe area of the seaside town.
The pair were charged last Friday and appeared before Winchester Crown Court yesterday (Tuesday).
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They were remanded in custody to appear before Winchester Crown Court a plea and case management hearing on November 23.
Wayne Stephenson, 33, Keifer Hutchinson, 22, and Jarome Parkinson, 24, all from London, who were charged with Mr James-Menzies’ murder in August, will also appear in court alongside Wellington and Campbell.
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