Teenagers appear in court charged with murder of Richard Day
PUBLISHED: 13:23 08 June 2020 | UPDATED: 13:23 08 June 2020
Three teenagers have appeared before court charged with the murder of a man outside a fast food shop in Ipswich.
The three 16-year-old boys, who are all from Ipswich but cannot be named because of their age, are accused of murder following the death of 45-year-old Richard Day.
The trio appeared before Ipswich Crown Court on Monday, June 8 for a mention hearing ahead of a trial, which is set for July 13.
They were arrested after Mr Day was found lying on the ground outside the Kebapizza takeaway in St Matthew’s Street.
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Suffolk police were called to the scene at 12.15am on February 23 following reports of an incident.
They administered first aid until paramedics arrived at the scene.
Mr Day was taken to hospital, where he died the following day.
At a previous hearing on May 27, Judge Martyn Levett said the provisional date for a trial remains fixed for July 13.
The trio will again appear in court on June 29 for a legal argument hearing.
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