One man convicted of assisting an offender – Slough
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Following a Thames Valley Police investigation, one man has been convicted of assisting an offender in Slough.
At Reading Crown Court today (15/9) Ahmad Hassan, aged 24, of Blackwell Court, Slough was found guilty of one count of assisting an offender by unanimous verdict. He was found not guilty of two further counts of assisting an offender.
Fuad Nur, aged 27, of Graylands Close, Slough was found guilty of one count of failing to provide his mobile phone PIN when required to do so by unanimous verdict, and not guilty to one count of assisting an offender.
Ismail Mussa, aged 24, of Daylesford Grove, Slough was found not guilty of one count of assisting an offender.
Mohamed Abdulle, aged 21, of Kenbury Drive, Slough previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy to causing grievous bodily harm with intent.
At around 8.50pm on 2 October 2022, police received reports that a male had been seriously injured in Waterman Court, Cippenham.
Officers attended the scene where it was established that Kyron Lee, a 21-year-old man, had been in a collision on his bicycle with a car in Earls Lane.
After the collision, multiple men exited the car and chased Kyron into Waterman Court where he was fatally attacked. The offenders then left the scene in the car.
Paramedics from the South Central Ambulance Service also attended, but tragically Kyron Lee was pronounced dead at the scene shortly after 9.45pm.
Hassan and Nur will be sentenced on 27 October and Abdulle at a later date.