Second man in wanted pair turns himself in
Featherston homicide inquiry: Second man in wanted pair
turns himself in
Wairarapa Police can confirm that Hayden
RANSON, 27, handed himself in at the Upper Hutt Police
Station at 10.55am today.
He will appear in the Lower Hutt
District Court tomorrow morning facing a charge of
Detective Inspector Sean Hansen says
"I know that Glen's family has been eagerly anticipating a
resolution and will be relieved.
"This result will also
bring some comfort to the Featherston and greater Wairarapa
"I want to acknowledge the efforts of the
entire inquiry team to get us to this stage.
"We are still
completing a number of inquires in relation to Glen's death
and Police are continuing to appeal for anyone who has any
information to make contact", says Detective Inspector Sean
People should make contact with Wairarapa Police
on (06) 370 0300 or
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