Pirate FM News

Baby Murder Charges

news-legal.jpg

Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 7:22am 3rd May 2012

A Bodmin man accused of the murder of a 10 month old baby is due in court.

Shane Hawkin has been charged after the tot was rushed to hospital with serious injuries in December 2010.

Doctors could not save him.

The 24 year old is due before magistrates this morning.

Email Icon

Sign up for exclusive news, competitions and offers.
Proper Local News updates from Pirate FM

Suggested articles

Man charged after hammer attack on mother and daughter

National News: A man has been charged with two counts of attempted murder following a hammer attack on a mother and daughter which has left them in a critical condition.

Colorado man 'killed wife after seeing her strangle daughter on baby monitor'

World News: The father of two girls whose bodies were found submerged in oil told police he killed his wife after seeing her strangling one of their children on a baby monitor.

Trending in Cornwall

Driver airlifted after crash in Cornish village

A man was injured after a tractor and a car hit

Reports of people trapped by fire in Newquay

Smoke was billowing from the building on Monday

VIDEO: The Cornish workers forced to claim benefits

More than 2,000 claimants do not earn enough

WATCH: The full story of mid-flight birth over Cornwall

A career first for Coastguard crews!

The plans to merge three churches near Redruth

One could be demolished and sold-off for housing

Introducing the baby born mid-flight over Cornwall

Torran MacDonald arrived 1400ft over Penzance

Man seriously injured after incident in Newquay

Police had reports of a street fight near a nightclub

Woman injured in crash off the A30 in Cornwall

Police confirmed two cars hit at Indian Queens

PHOTOS: Rare harbour porpoise off Cornwall

The almost all-white female was with her calf

'Hit and run' leaves cyclist seriously injured

Police launch appeal after incident near Launceston

More news...

Pirate Extra Pirate 70s Escape LoveCornwall