Beauen Wallace-Loretz and Leonard Nattrass-Berquist The teenagers accused of murdering Auckland man Ihaia Gillman-Harris have been granted electronic bail. One News reports Beauen Wallace-Loretz and Leonard Nattrass-Berquist are to be released on electronically monitored bail, with a 24 hour curfew, and have been banned from consuming alcohol or drugs. The 17-year-olds are charged with the murder of Mr Gillman-Harris, who died in hospital from a head injury he suffered in a motel room in Epsom on 27 December. They are also accused of robbing him of cash, a cell phone and bank card, and of unlawfully taking his vehicle. Mr Gillman-Harris, 54, has been described by police as “a private man”. Sources say he was a semi-regular customer at one of Auckland’s gay bars. The accused teenagers are due back in court next month.
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First published: Tuesday, 20th January 2015 - 3:07pm
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