Dale Cregan: Two more charged with assisting killer

Dale Cregan Dale Cregan went on the run after killing David Short

Two more people have been charged with helping killer Dale Cregan while he was on the run.

Marvin Herbert, 41, was extradited from the Costa Del Sol in Spain on suspicion of assisting an offender on Thursday.

He was remanded in custody by Manchester magistrates, to appear at Manchester Crown Court on 18 October.

Raj Mohammed Khan, 41, and Patricia Kelly, 55, have also been charged with conspiracy to assist an offender and will appear before magistrates later.

Mr Khan of Clifford Close, Bradford and Ms Kelly, of St Kilders Avenue, Droylsden, were charged on Friday.

The charges for all three relate to the period between 10 August and 17 September 2012.

Cregan was jailed for life at Preston Crown Court in June for murdering father and son Mark and David Short, and PCs Fiona Bone and Nicola Hughes.

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