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MURDER CHARGE DENIED POLICE COURT HEARING ENDS Following the production and reading of a lengthy statement made by accused, and evidence by Detec-tive-Sergeant F. N.. Aplin and Detective D. A.. Halpin, the Crown's case against Stanley Winwood McKissick Reid (41), labourer and range fitter, was concluded in the Police Court late yesterday afternoon. Reid, for whom Mr. Hall Skelton appeared, was charged with the murder of Lila Williamena Hammond, at Otahuhu, on July 9. Mr. G. S. R. Meredith, who prosecuted for the police, called 16 witnesses. Accused pleaded not guilty and was committed to the Supreme' Court for trial. ;•■.',.■

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SENT FOR TRIAL, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 189, 11 August 1945

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SENT FOR TRIAL Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 189, 11 August 1945

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