Andrew Harper murder: Three youngsters accused of slaughtering cop

Three young people have been accused of the homicide of a cop who was hauled under a vehicle while reacting to a theft. 

Henry Long, 18, and two 17-year-old young men who can't be named for legitimate reasons are blamed for killing PC Andrew Harper. 

The young people, who stay in guardianship, have additionally been accused of connivance to take a quad bicycle on 15 August. 

The three suspects are expected to show up at Reading Magistrates' Court on Thursday. 

The charges bring the complete number of homicide suspects for the situation to four, after the indictment of 20-year-old Jed Foster, who denies association in PC Harper's passing. 

Boss Crown Prosecutor Jaswant Narwal said Thames Valley Police had likewise been approved to charge Thomas King, 21, with scheme to take a quad bicycle. 

"May I remind all worried that criminal procedures against these four litigants are currently dynamic and that they reserve an option to a reasonable preliminary," she included. "It is critical that there ought to be no detailing, critique or sharing of data online which could in any capacity bias these procedures." 

PC Harper, who got hitched only weeks before his passing, was executed during an occurrence at a junction close Sulhamstead on 15 August. 

The 28-year-old traffic official and an associate had been reacting to reports of a thievery before PC Harper was hauled under a vehicle.

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