THE man who used a tomahawk to bludgeon Corey Power to death at Young is expected to be sentenced on Tuesday, June 14.
Owen Junior Fuller, 20, has been listed for sentence for the August, 2013, murder of Corey Power at Young.
He’s also to be sentenced for a string of other violent crimes, including armed robbery and unprovoked bashings.
This is the third date set for sentencing of Fuller as well as two other people accused of murders in Griffith and West Wyalong.
Justice Rothman had earlier heard sentencing submissions and was set to announce what he had decided on at Griffith Supreme Court on Monday, May 30.
Unfortunately on that date he was too sick to travel.
The Supreme Court tentatively adjourned all matters until June 17, but advice came through this week the sentencing hearings would take place next Tuesday.
Marianne Parker, 58, is due to be sentenced for the manslaughter of her 55-year-old husband, Ken, in their West Wyalong home in December 2013.
Mr Parker was stabbed to death.
And Luke Birch was scheduled to be sentenced for the murder of Carol Penrith in Griffith in November, 2014.
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