Reagan Asbury: Suspect to stand trial over Walsall boxing night death

By Annabal Bagdi | Pelsall | Crime | Published:

A murder suspect alleged to have killed Walsall teenager Reagan Asbury is set to face trial this June.

Reagan Asbury died last October

Tyrone Andrew appeared at Birmingham Crown Court for a preliminary hearing on Monday.

The 19-year-old was told a provisional date for his trial would be set for June 18.

Andrew, of St Helen’s Street, Derby, was charged with murdering 19-year-old Reagan.

Reagan, from Pelsall, was attacked after violence broke out at a boxing event at Walsall Town Hall on October 14.

A post mortem examination confirmed he died from a wound to his neck.

Andrew, who was remanded in custody, is expected to enter his plea to the murder charge on February 9.

Annabal Bagdi

By Annabal Bagdi

Senior reporter based at head office in Wolverhampton. Get in touch on 01902 319 229 or at

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