A third man accused of being involved in the killing of two teens at one house party held at Milton Keynes previous week has been taken into custody.
The man, 27, was taken behind bars post Charlie Chandler, from Bletchley, had been charged with 2 counts of attempted murder and 2 counts of murder after the bloodbath previous Saturday.
As per a spokesman for Thames Valley police, the man was arrested due to murder conspiracy and continues to remain under police custody.
Ben Gillham-Rice and Dominic Ansah, both 17-year-old, were knifed to death post the attack at the house party.
Autopsy report showed Dominic passed away from one stab wound on his back while Ben was stabbed on his chest.
Chandler is accused of attempted murder of one 17-year-old boy and one 23-year-old boy named Ryan Brown as well.
The family members of both the victims saw the court proceedings together from the upper public area.
Chandler, who wore a grey-color tracksuit during the proceedings, just spoke to provide his name, birthdate, age as well as to confirm his British nationality.
No pleas entered during Chandler’s brief appearance at the court. He is scheduled to appear at the Luton Crown court next on Monday.