Three Men Sentenced for Murder of 17-Year-Old Callum Riley

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Three Men Sentenced for Murder of 17-Year-Old Callum Riley

Yesterday, on June 4, 2024, justice was served at Manchester Crown Court as three men received sentencing for their involvement in the tragic murder of 17-year-old Callum Riley.

Three Men Sentenced For Murder Of 17-Year-Old Callum Riley

Tony Adams, born on March 22, 1989, hailing from Minshull New Road, Crewe, was convicted of murder and section 18 assault. Additionally, he pleaded guilty to possession of an offensive weapon and criminal damage. Adams has been sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum tariff of 24 years.

Three Men Sentenced For Murder Of 17-Year-Old Callum Riley

Dale Heywood, born on August 3, 1997, residing on Windermere Road, Middleton, faced convictions for murder, section 18 assault, possession of an offensive weapon, and criminal damage. Like Adams, he received a life sentence with a minimum tariff of 24 years.

Three Men Sentenced For Murder Of 17-Year-Old Callum Riley

Niall Conaghan, born on March 9, 2006, also from Minshull New Road, Crewe, was convicted of murder, section 18 assault, and criminal damage. Conaghan pleaded guilty to possession of an offensive weapon. He has been sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum tariff of 8 years.

Three Men Sentenced For Murder Of 17-Year-Old Callum Riley

The sentencing follows a harrowing trial that shed light on the tragic loss of young Callum Riley’s life. The court proceedings underscored the severity of the crimes committed and the impact they have had on the victim’s family and the wider community.

Three Men Sentenced For Murder Of 17-Year-Old Callum Riley

The judge’s decision to impose life sentences with substantial minimum tariffs reflects the gravity of the offenses and serves as a deterrent against such senseless acts of violence in the future.

Three Men Sentenced For Murder Of 17-Year-Old Callum Riley

While nothing can undo the pain and suffering caused by this heartbreaking loss, the sentencing brings a measure of closure to those affected by Callum Riley’s untimely death. It also sends a clear message that perpetrators of violence will be held accountable for their actions under the full extent of the law.

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