Man Pleads Guilty To Offences Connected To Alleged Corhampton Murder

By Times Reporter in Crime News on September 18, 2020

A 21-YEAR-OLD man has admitted to offences in connection with the alleged murder of an Eastleigh man who was found dead in Corhampton last year, it has been reported.

Morgan Tarrant reportedly pleaded guilty at Winchester Crown Court to assisting an offender and possessing a shortened shotgun without a firearm certificate.

Gurinderjit Rai, who was 30, was found dead in a car in a layby opposite Corhampton Golf Club on Shepherds Farm Lane, Corhampton, on July 13th 2019.

The father-of-two died of gunshot wounds.

Four men; Aston Hannis, Charlie Statham, Paul White and Corin Barlow have been charged with murder.

His case was adjourned for sentencing.


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