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Case adjourned against Keswick man accused of hiding knife

The case against a man accused of hiding a knife used in a stabbing has been adjourned for a week.

Jordon Lee Bechelli, 22, was charged with doing an act intended to pervert the course of justice by taking a knife used by another man to stab Joshua Thwaites and hiding it in a bin in a nearby park in Keswick on June 4.

Bechelli, of Millfield Gardens, Keswick, was due to enter a plea at the Crown Court yesterday but the case was adjourned for legal reasons.

He is now expected to enter a plea when he next appears at court, on Monday (Dec 17).


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