NOTE: This content is old - Published: Friday, Jun 20th, 2014.
Update from 10:15am today from sentencing: Francesco John Prevete will serve life term at a minimum of 23 years for the murder of boxer, Craig Maddocks.
Francesco John Prevete, 46 was told by a judge today he must serve a minimum of 23 years for the killing of amateur boxer Craig Maddocks, who died after being stabbed 52 times in a pub toilet in Wrexham last year.
Prevete must serve a minimum of 23 years before he is eligible for parole.
In a statement read out by DC Griffiths on behalf of the police, Prevete was described as a ‘dangerous individual’.
Original news-break from Tuesday below:
Breaking news from the courts as Francesco John Prevete has this afternoon been convicted of the murder of Craig Maddocks at the Cambrian pub this time last year.