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Two charged after death of Romford lad

TWO MEN have now been charged with manslaughter after seven year old Harvey Tyrrell from Harold Wood was found unresponsive at the King Harold pub in Station Road, Romford on 11th September last year.

Harvey was taken to hospital, but died shortly after arriving. The cause of death was given as electrocution. The police interviewed two men after the death and in April this year they sent a file to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS).

The following two men appeared at the Old Bailey this week, where they were charged with manslaughter:
David Bearman, 71, of Ardleigh Green Road, Hornchurch;
Colin Naylor, 72, of Rayleigh.

David Bearman was also charged with abstracting electricity. The two were bailed and are to appear at the Old Bailey again on 27th April 2020.

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