Man facing murder charge
A 23-YEAR-old man was charged with murder last night after the death of a man who suffered serious injuries in a fight in a Suffolk town 11 days ago.Daniel O'Connor suffered fatal head injuries after an incident in Ipswich on May 2 and was left on a life support machine.
By Jonathan Barnes
A 23-YEAR-old man was charged with murder last night after the death of a man who suffered serious injuries in a fight in a Suffolk town 11 days ago.
Daniel O'Connor suffered fatal head injuries after an incident in Ipswich on May 2 and was left on a life support machine. He died in Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, yesterday morning.
Police yesterday re-arrested Dulu Miah, who was charged with grievous bodily harm with intent and theft last week, and later charged him with murder.
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Miah, of Spring Road, Ipswich, will appear before magistrates in Ipswich this morning.
Mr O'Connor, 23, who lived on the Provost Estate in North London, was enjoying a night out with his sister Emma when an incident took place in Silent Street in the early hours.
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There had been an earlier altercation outside a nightclub in the town's Cardinal Park.
Mr O'Connor's parents, who are believed to live in Ipswich, were told of his death yesterday and a post-mortem examination will be carried out today .
A 19-year-old Ipswich man has also been arrested in connection with this incident and bailed pending further enquiries.