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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Not guilty to Tauranga murder charge

    A 27-year-old man has denied murdering a 58-year-old who was dropped off at Tauranga Hospital but later died.


    A Tauranga man has denied murdering a man who was dropped off at Tauranga Hospital and who later died.

    Colin Richard Jeffries-Smith, 27, appeared in the High Court at Rotorua on Wednesday where he entered the not guilty plea.

    He has been accused of killing 58-year-old Lance Wayne Waite with a firearm. Mr Waite was dropped off at Tauranga Hospital on January 3 with critical injuries and died a short time after.

    Jeffries-Smith was remanded in custody and his case will be reviewed in April.


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