Man guilty of gruesome Fernhurst murder

Man guilty of gruesome Fernhurst murder

Man guilty of gruesome Fernhurst murder

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A jury has has found a man guilty of the murder of Michael Griffiths, found bound and dead in his burning Fernhurst home.

Zack Cowdrey, 23, of Meadway, Staines, was also found guilty of perverting the course of justice and conspiracy to burgle.

He stood trial alongside Harvey Mumford, of Monks Way, Staines, who was also found guilty of murdering Mr Griffiths 59, of Old Glebe, in January 2013.

Simon Penton, 27, of Sunbury, was found guilty of perverting the course of justice and manslaughter.

Kerry Rudder, 43, of Sunbury, was found guilty of conspiracy to burgle on two counts - both unrelated to the burglary in which Mr Griffiths was killed.

Damian Krafft, of High Street, Shepperton, was found not guiilty of murder, manslaughter and perverting the course of justice. He pleaded guilty to conspiracy to burgle.

Rebecca Rogers, 39, of Pool End Close, Shepperton, was found not guilty of perverting the course of justice.

John Bartholomew, 72, of Centurion House, Portsmouth, was found not guilty on charges of murder, manslaughter, burglary and conspiracy to burgle.

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