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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Two Christchurch men accused of separate murders will most likely spend Christmas behind bars

    Two Christchurch men accused of separate murders will most likely spend Christmas behind bars


    51-year-old David Benbow and 26-year-old Joshua Morris-Bamber have appeared at the High Court in Christchurch this morning to apply for bail.

    Benbow's accused of murdering Michael McGrath - who disappeared without a trace in May 2017.

    Morris-Bamber's accused of killing Rakaia farm worker Tony Waldon in September.

    The Judge has reserved his decision on granting Morris-Bamber bail - to be released sometime next week.

    Benbow's application has been adjourned to February 11.

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