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Uxbridge fatal stabbing: Defendants plead not guilty to murder of Hayes man at Uxbridge boat yard

Two men will stand trial on October 2 after the murder of

Kyle Bowen died on May 6 after being found unconscious by paramedics with multiple stab wounds

Two men have appeared at the Old Bailey to deny the murder of Kyle Bowen who died from stab wounds after a fight at a boat yard in Uxbridge.

Kyle Bowen, 23, was found by paramedics, unconscious on Waterloo Road at 1am on May 6, with several stab wounds.

The man from Hayes was rushed to a west London hospital but died later that day.

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Mohammad Mustapha Khalid, 19, of Sir John Cass Hall, Hackney and 23-year-old Neville Marlon Bowen (no relation to the victim) from Brockley were charged with Kyle Bowen's murder and appeared at the Old Bailey on Tuesday (August 1).

Both entered not guilty pleas at the short hearing and were remanded in custody until the full trial, starting on October 2.

 

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