Windsor Sean Noctor murder: Jordan Doyle found guilty

Jordan Doyle Jordan Doyle, 21, was also convicted of violent disorder

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A man has been found guilty of murdering a 24-year-old who was stabbed in Windsor town centre last summer.

Sean Noctor died in hospital from a single stab wound inflicted during a fight between a group of men in The Goswells in the early hours of 28 July.

Jordan Doyle, 21, of Kimberley Close, Luton was also convicted of violent disorder.

Four other men were found not guilty of murder. Two of them are due to be sentenced for violent disorder.

'Unimaginable nightmare'

Investigating officer, Det Con Vince Grey, of the force's major crime unit, said: "Sean had his whole life to look forward to but it was needlessly taken away during a night out with friends in Windsor last summer."

He said he was pleased with Jordan Doyle's conviction and "that justice has been served".

He added: "My thoughts continue to be with Sean's family and friends, who have been extremely supportive throughout our investigation.

"I hope that today's convictions will give some comfort to Sean's loved-ones, who have remained dignified and courageous despite the unimaginable nightmare they have endured."

Sean Noctor Sean Noctor died from a stab wound to the upper body following a fight in The Goswells, at the junction with Goswell Road and Barry Avenue

Benjamin Brooks, 22, of The Chilterns, Leighton Buzzard, had already pleaded guilty to violent disorder and was found not guilty of murder.

Lahin Miah, 26, of Windsor Road, Leighton Buzzard, was found not guilty of murder and guilty of violent disorder.

Harry Turney, 20, of Orion Way, Leighton Buzzard, was found not guilty of murder and not guilty of violent disorder.

George Hay, 26, of Jasper Avenue in Hanwell, west London, was found not guilty of murder and not guilty of violent disorder.

Doyle, Brooks and Miah will be sentenced at the same court on Monday.

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