Olivia Pratt-Korbel: Man charged with homicide seems in courtroom

A person charged with the homicide of nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel has appeared in courtroom.

Thomas Cashman, 34, appeared at Liverpool Magistrates Court docket on Monday.

Olivia was fatally shot on 22 August by a gunman chasing felony thief Joseph Nye at her house in Dovecote, Liverpool.

His mom, Cheryl Korbel, 46, was injured in a shootout that happened after 10 p.m.

Cashman of the West Derby has additionally been charged with tried homicide of Cheryl Korbel and Nye, in addition to two counts of possession of a firearm with intent to hazard life.

Cheryl Korbel was in courtroom for the listening to together with Olivia’s father John Francis Pratt, a number of cops and greater than 20 members of the media.

The cashman was in handcuffs within the courtroom and surrounded by 4 cops.

He talked to provide his identify, date of beginning and tackle.

The courtroom heard that the matter may very well be settled solely by the Crown Court docket.

Throughout a brief break when the date for his subsequent look was set, Cashman sat together with his head bowed.

Hugh Thompson, chairman of the Justice of the Peace’s bench, stated: “The matter is being referred to Liverpool Crown Court docket at 2 pm at the moment.”

Paul Russell, 40, of West Derby, who was charged with aiding a felony, additionally appeared in courtroom.

The courtroom heard that he was charged with allegedly escaping the cashman from the scene and helping in disposing of the garments.

No software for bail was made and he was remanded in custody to seem at Liverpool Crown Court docket on 31 October.

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