Two from Stevenage deny murder of Peter Shickle

PUBLISHED: 10:49 06 February 2017 | UPDATED: 11:05 06 February 2017

Peter Shickle

Peter Shickle

Archant

Two men from Stevenage have today denied murdering 58-year-old Peter Shickle from the town.

Graham King and John Jamieson, both 35, pleaded not guilty to killing Mr Shickle when they appeared at Luton Crown Court via a video link from Peterborough jail.

Mr Shickle, a father of two daughters, was found dead at his home in Silam Road on the afternoon of Sunday, November 6, last year.

Mr King from Harrow Court, Stevenage and Mr Jamieson from Wigram Way, Stevenage, were remanded in custody by Judge Richard Foster.

Their trial date has been set for April 24.

More news stories

Yesterday, 18:49

Hours of disruption are forecast after a train broke down and had to be terminated at Knebworth.

Yesterday, 17:52

An eight-year-old boy from Hitchin joined other campaigners on a trip to parliament, where he delivered a hard-hitting speech to MPs on the school funding “crisis”.

Yesterday, 16:34

Four people who were arrested on suspicion of murdering Gosmore farmer William Taylor have been re-bailed until Monday, December 3.

Yesterday, 13:38

Herts police have carried out five raids, made six arrests and seized drugs and cash as part of a week-long operation against drug gangs in the county.

Most read stories

Show Job Lists

Digital Edition

Image
Read the The Comet e-edition E-edition

Newsletter Sign Up

The Comet weekly newsletter
Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Our Privacy Policy