Age, The (Melbourne, Australia) – A 27-year-old Mandurah man who was acquitted of killing a Halls Head father with a cricket bat when he was a teenager has pleaded guilty for a separate assault on another man.

Summary

  • A 27-year-old Mandurah man who was acquitted of killing a Halls Head father with a cricket bat when he was a teenager has pleaded guilty for a separate assault on another man.
  • It’s been alleged Kyle Noel Hayward assaulted a man, Jared Moto, in December last year.
  • Kyle Noel Hayward leaving court last week.
  • Photo: Hannah BarryHayward, who represented himself, told the court he had previously been charged with murder and assault before pleading guilty to the new assault charge and a second count of disorderly behaviour in public.
  • Hayward asked to remand the charges until a pre-sentence report had been prepared for the magistrate.


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