Men in court on death charge.TWO men appeared in court yesterday charged with manslaughter following the death of a fire-fighter in a blaze on fire; burning with a flame; filled with, giving, or reflecting light; excited or exasperated.
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Jamie Evans, 20,of Duw Crescent,Cardiff and Christopher Raisis, 24,of Amroth Road,Cardiff,are accused of unlawfully killing South Wales fire fighter Richard John Jenkins.
The 29-year-old was engulfed in a fireball fireball, very bright meteor leaving a trail in the sky that can remain visible for several minutes; often a distinct sound, perhaps caused by very low frequency radio waves, is associated with it. seconds after arriving at a blaze at the Trelai Community Centre in Bishopstone,Cardiff in the early hours of May 23.
At Cardiff Magistrates Court Evans and Raisis, who spoke only to give their names and addresses, were charged with his manslaughter.
They face separate charges of witness intimidation and aggravated burglary in relation to the incident.
Both defendants also face unrelated charges of causing actual bodily harm. Evans faces a further charge of burglary.
The men were remanded in custody to appear in Cardiff Crown Court Cardiff Crown Court is a historic building situated in Cardiff's Civic Centre, Cathays Park. on June 8.
They were also ordered to appear before Cardiff magistrates on June 7 in relation to the joint charge of ABH and Evans' charge of burglary.