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Six men charged with the murder of Miguel Reynolds


Six men charged with the murder of Miguel Reynolds. Merseyside Police have today, Thursday, 13 June, charged six people in connection with the murder of Miguel Reynolds in Netherton in June last year.

Liam Watson, 30, of no fixed address was charged with murder, conspiracy to rob, conspiracy to possess a firearm and ammunition.

Paul Blackhurst, 26, of Plaza Boulevard, Liverpool was charged with murder, conspiracy to rob, conspiracy to possess a firearm and ammunition.

Jake Mawhinney, 20, of Royton Road, Waterloo was charged with murder, conspiracy to rob, conspiracy to possess a firearm and ammunition.

Dale Avery, 24, of no fixed abode, was charged with murder, conspiracy to rob, conspiracy to possess a firearm and ammunition.

Kyle Sanders, 20, of Weightman Grove, Liverpool was charged with murder, conspiracy to rob, conspiracy to possess a firearm and ammunition.

James Harrison, 21, of Kirkstone Road North, Litherland was charged with murder, conspiracy to rob, conspiracy to possess a firearm and ammunition.

All six were remanded in custody and will appear at Liverpool City Magistrates Court tomorrow (Friday, 14th June).

12noon today - Thursday 13th June:

Six men arrested in connection with the murder of Miguel Reynolds.

Detectives investigating the murder of Miguel Reynolds in Netherton last June have made six arrests in connection with the incident.

This morning (Thursday, 13 June) officers attended addresses in Sefton and also produced four men from prisons in both the Merseyside and West Midlands area, resulting in six arrests.

Searches of the properties are ongoing and officers remain at the scene. All six men have been arrested on suspicion of murder and conspiracy to rob. Those arrested are:

A 20-year-old man from Sefton

A 21-year-old man from Sefton

A 30-year-old man from Sefton

A 26-year-old man from Sefton

A 20-year-old man from Sefton

A 24-year-old man from Sefton.

They have been taken to police stations for questioning by detectives.

Detective Chief Inspector Ian Warlow said: “Last Friday (7 June) marked one year since Miguel Reynolds was killed in Netherton and an extensive investigation remains ongoing as we continue our activity to trace those involved in this tragic murder.”

“Today’s raids are just one tactic we are using to disrupt and bring to justice those involved in criminality and I hope this type of activity reassures residents of this area that we are taking action and will continue to do so.”

Cllr Trish Hardy, Cabinet Member for Communities and Housing said: “Our communities in Netherton were deeply shocked following the murder of Miguel Reynolds last year and we’ve been working closely with the police ever since the tragic incident to provide reassurances that the safety of our neighbourhoods remains a priority for us.

“As part of our collaborative approach to protect our communities, we have undertaken some environmental works to improve the local area, including improvements to the local park Marian Gardens, removed graffiti and continue to liaise with businesses and communities. We will continue to work in partnership with the police and hope the people responsible for this are brought to justice.”

Anyone with information about the murder of Miguel Reynolds or any criminality in this area is asked to contact @MerPolCC, call 101 quoting ref. or @CrimestoppersUK anonymously on 0800 555 111.

#Netherton #Waterloo #Litherland

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