08:54AM, Wednesday 30 October 2013
Police have charged a fifth man with murder - following months of investigation into the fatal stabbing of Seán Noctor.
George Hay, 26, of Jasper Avenue, London was charged with murder yesterday. He also faces a charge of violent disorder and appears at Slough magistrates court today.
Seán, 24, died in Wexham Park Hospital after receiving a single stab wound in Barry Avenue, Windsor on his way home from a night out in Windsor soon after 3am on Sunday, July 28.
He was a much loved resident of the town, working for the Brandwidth HQ web design company in Windsor High Street and regularly enjoying nights out at the Horse and Groom music evenings.
He was also an ex-pupil of St Bernard's Grammar School, Langley. A memorial Seán Noctor Memorial Trophy
football match arranged by the school was played on Friday, September 6 at the Polish Club in Stoke Poges, raising money for the Knife Crime charity.
At least 500 people packed St Edward's Roman Catholic Church in Windsor for Seán's funeral on August 28, including his parents and four brothers and sisters before his interment at Oakley Green Cemetery.
Four men had already been charged with murder and are due to appear at Isleworth Crown Court for plea and case management this Friday.. They are Benjamin Brooks, 21, of the Chilterns, Leighton Buzzard, Jordan Doyle, 21, of Kimberley Close, Luton, Harry Turney, 20, of Orion Way, Leighton Buzzard and Lahin Miah, 26, of Windsor Road, Leighton Buzzard.
A date for their trial has been fixed to take place at Isleworth on Monday, January 20.
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