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Trial date set for man accused of East Ham pensioner assaults

10:05 11 July 2014

Patricia Beckford,75, was left with two breaks in her jaw and substantial bruising after the vicious attack

Patricia Beckford,75, was left with two breaks in her jaw and substantial bruising after the vicious attack

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A man accused of two assaults on pensioners in East Ham will stand trial in December.

Kyrone Joseph, 22, of Victoria Road, has been charged of two counts of GBH.

Unemployed Joseph is alleged to have assaulted 75-year-old Patricia Beckford in Grangewood Street on May 16, and a 71-year-old man in the same road on June 20.

His trial is due to start at Snaresbrook Crown Court on December 15 and is expected to last three days.

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