Men sentenced in connection with Sean Noctor murder - Windsor

03/03/2014

Three men appeared at the Old Bailey today, Monday, 03 March 2014, and were sentenced in connection with a murder in Windsor.

On Friday, 28 February 2014. Jordan Doyle, aged 21, of Kimberley Close, Luton, was found guilty of the murder of 24-year-old Sean Noctor in Windsor last year, following a five week trial at the Old Bailey in London.

Doyle was also found guilty of violent disorder relating to the same incident.  He was sentenced today to life imprisonment and to serve a minimum of 21 years for the murder and 18 months imprisonment for violent disorder, to run concurrently.

Police were called to an altercation between a group of men in The Goswells at the junction with Goswell Road and Barry Avenue just after 3am on 28 July last year.  During the incident Sean Noctor received a single stab wound to the upper body and later died of his injury at Wexham Park Hospital, Slough.

Four other men were also charged with murder and violent disorder and were convicted and sentenced, or acquitted as follows:

  • Benjamin Brooks, aged 21, of The Chilterns,  Leighton Buzzard, pleaded guilty to violent disorder and was found not guilty of murder.  He was sentenced today to 14 months imprisonment
  • Lahin Miah, aged 26, of Windsor Road, Leighton Buzzard, was found not guilty of murder and guilty of violent disorder.  He was sentenced today to two years in prison.
  • Harry Turney, aged 20, of Orion Way, Leighton Buzzard, was found not guilty of murder and not guilty of violent disorder.
  • George Hay, aged 26, of Jasper Avenue, London, was found not guilty of murder and not guilty of violent disorder.