February 2, 2005 17:13

SO SOLID CREW STAR TO FACE MURDER TRIAL

Megaman will face the charge in September in connection with shooting of man last year…

SO SOLID CREW STAR TO FACE MURDER TRIAL
SO SOLID CREW rapper MEGAMAN is to face trial on September 5 charged with the murder of a man shot in south LONDON last year.


The star – real name Dwayne Vincent - appeared in the dock at the capital’s Old Bailey court today (February 2) alongside unemployed Carl Morgan, who is charged with the same offence.


The pair are accused of murdering Colin Scarlett, who was gunned down in Tooting’s Maskells Road on November 6.


According to thisislondon.co.uk, the two men were remanded back into custody to March 18. Vincent and Morgan are then expected to enter pleas.


Both men smiled to friends in the gallery before leaving the dock.

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