Dominic Doyle’s Killers Convicted
Monday 25th January 2016 @ 10:07 by Tom Greggan
Denton & Audenshaw News

Three people on trial over the death of 21-year-old Dominic Doyle from Denton have been found guilty of various charges at Manchester Crown Court.

Dominic suffered a fatal neck injury whilst on a night out with friends in June last year.

Three people had already admitted their part in his death.

Two boys, 18-year-old Rikki Linehan and a 15-year-old who can’t be named for legal reasons, admitted to Dom’s murder.

A 16-year-old boy, who also cannot be named because of his age, had previously admitted manslaughter.

The three people on trial denied their part in the murder but all three were found guilty by jurors.

Colin McDonald was found not guilty of murder but instead found guilty of manslaughter. He was also found guilty of wounding with intent and violent disorder.

18-year-old Liam Seabright was found not guilty of wounding with intent but found guilty of violent disorder.

Diane Ingham, who washed the culprits clothes after the attack, was found guilty of perverting the cause of justice but found not guilty of violent disorder.

All six people involved in Dom’s death are due to be sentenced at the end of February.