Maccused of killing teenage boxer threatened to ‘shoot’ girlfriend days earlier in murder trial

A man accused of killing a teenage boxer was arrested a few days earlier after threatening to shoot his own girlfriend, a jury heard.

Three men are on trial accused of killing Cole Kershaw, 18, in Chesham Road, Bury, on the evening of August 12 last year.

They all deny the accusation.

A fourth man denies possession of a firearm.

The Manchester Crown Court trial had already heard that Cole was killed on the street during a “violent” feud between his friend Spencer Woods and one of the defendants, Kamran Mohammed, over a 17-year-old girl.

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Jurors today (Thursday, Feb.25) heard evidence relating to an accident four days before Cole’s death, which brought Mr. Mohammed under arrest by the armed police.

The court heard that on the morning of August 8 – four days before Cole’s death – the girl was at her home in Bury with a group of friends when she received a phone call. from Mr. Mohammed asks who he was with.

Mr. Mohammed, 19, is alleged to have turned up at his home address about ten minutes later in a red Skoda, accompanied by a friend, and started threatening to “shoot” people.

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