Two Dartford men among 12 to go on trial for Marcus Innocent Woolwich murder

PUBLISHED: 11:11 19 June 2013 | UPDATED: 11:11 19 June 2013

Marcus Innocent was found with gunshot wounds. Picture: Met Police

Marcus Innocent was found with gunshot wounds. Picture: Met Police


A dozen men, including two from Dartford, will go on trial at the Old Bailey at the same time charged with killing Marcus Innocent in Woolwich.

They are due to stand trial on September 25, including Daniel Burgess, 32, of Weardale Avenue and Perry Lee Sutton, 24, of Green Street Green Road.

Mr Innocent, 35, was gunned down in Woolwich on November 18 last year following a dispute with up to 20 people.

He died from a single bullet wound to the stomach after being shot in Lord Warwick Street.

The other defendants are from Blackheath, Greenwich, Kidbrooke and Westcombe Park in south-east London.

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