Accused in former Leicester boxer Shaun Cummins' death case remanded
A 28-year-old man charged with the murder of an ex-boxer whose body parts were found in a freezer has been remanded in custody.
Thomas Dunkley appeared at a preliminary hearing at Leicester Crown Court yesterday.
He is charged with the murder of Shaun Cummins, whose body was found at his bungalow in Marriott Road, Saffron Lane estate, Leicester, on September 12.
The former champion boxer, who was left paralysed in a motorbike accident in 2004, is believed to have died after Saturday, September 1.
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Dunkley entered no plea during yesterday's hearing and no application for bail was made.
Dunkley, of no fixed address, was remanded in custody until November 19.
Judge Michael Pert set a possible trial start date for January 7.