Jury discharged in Wolverhampton murder trial

By John Scott | Wolverhampton | Crime | Published:

The Wolverhampton Crown Court jury hearing the trial of four men accused of the murder of Dwaine Haughton has been discharged for legal reasons.

Dwaine Haughton

The 24-year-old victim was shot dead in Valley Road, Park Village on July 20 last year. It is hoped to start a new trial next week.

Dwain Smith, 26, of Chainmakers Close, Bilston; Seamus Williams, 23, of Okemont Drive, Wednesbury, and Montell Gray, of Springfield Road, Wednesbury, together with Kurrum Guild, of Oakthorpe Gardens, all deny murder, possession of a firearm and ammunition to endanger life and handling a stolen car.

Smith, Williams and Guild also plead not guilty to arson.

They are all remanded in custody.

John Scott

By John Scott
Reporter/News Feature Writer

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