PETERBOROUGH: Six now facing charges in relation to death in custody of Cambs taxi driver

PUBLISHED: 11:12 19 January 2009 | UPDATED: 08:50 02 June 2010

THREE more men have been charged in connection with the death of a man in Peterborough Prison last year.

Six men, fellow inmates, have now been charged with manslaughter out of seven men initially questioned.

Brian Haynes, 33, a taxi driver from High Lee

THREE more men have been charged in connection with the death of a man in Peterborough Prison last year.

Six men, fellow inmates, have now been charged with manslaughter out of seven men initially questioned.

Brian Haynes, 33, a taxi driver from High Lees, St Ives, died after being assaulted in the prison on the evening of Thursday, September 11.

Seven inmates were arrested after the death and six have now been charged with manslaughter: Sebastian Waller, 25, of Skaters Way, Werrington, Peterborough, who is already in custody, was charged today, Friday, January 16. Sammy Lindsay, 22, who is also already in custody, was charged with manslaughter yesterday (Thursday). They are due to appear at Peterborough Magistrates' Court on January 29. Dale Maddison, 43, of Deacons Lane, Ely, was charged with manslaughter on Wednesday and appeared at Cambridge Magistrates' Court the following day.

Three others had already been charged with Hayne's death. Shane Farrington, 25, Paul Dennis Jefford, 23 and Gary Stretch, 42, were charged with manslaughter. A 24-year-old man will have no further action taken against him.

Haynes, 33, was serving a four-year sentence for causing grievous bodily harm, affray and criminal damage. A statement released by his family described him as a loving husband, father and brother.


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