Newport man admits murder

First published in Gwent news South Wales Argus: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

A NEWPORT man has pleaded guilty to murder on the second day of his trial.

Gavin Mills, 26, of Glebe Street had previously denied murdering Polish baker Jerzy Dubiniec on August 20, 2011.

This morning at Newport Crown Court, Mills' defence barrister Douglas Day asked the murder charge to be put to Mills again, which is when he entered the guilty plea.

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12:45pm Tue 30 Oct 12

Howie' says...

I hope he spends the rest of his natural behind bars.

The previous report on this story (below this one) the last line says about Mr Dubiniec 'He left Poland on July 27 last year and arrived in Newport on a lorry'.

This somewhat gives the impression that Mr Dubiniec was an illegal which being Polish he would not have been.
I hope he spends the rest of his natural behind bars. The previous report on this story (below this one) the last line says about Mr Dubiniec 'He left Poland on July 27 last year and arrived in Newport on a lorry'. This somewhat gives the impression that Mr Dubiniec was an illegal which being Polish he would not have been. Howie'
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