Fourth man involved in the killing of Pavandeep Daudher at a Coventry petrol station is jailed - The Coventry Observer

Fourth man involved in the killing of Pavandeep Daudher at a Coventry petrol station is jailed

Coventry Editorial 31st Jan, 2022 Updated: 31st Jan, 2022   0

THE FOURTH man involved in the killing of 19-year-old Pavandeep Daudher, in an attack at a petrol station in Coventry, has today (Monday) been jailed.

Ethan Lilley, aged 24, of Queen Isobels Avenue, along with three other men, all from Coventry, had denied taking part in the fatal attack but they were convicted of manslaughter following an eight-week trial last October.

Pavandeep died from a single stab wound to his leg after being set on by masked men armed with baseball bats and knives at the BP garage in Lockhurst Lane, Holbrooks, Coventry on March 31, 2020.

Today Lilley was sentenced to 12 years at Warwick Crown Court sitting at Leamington Justice Centre.




The three others – Jason Cornwall, 34, Riley Kavanagh, 20, Kane McCarron, 18, and Ethan Lilley, 24, all from Coventry – were jailed over the killing earlier this month.


Cornwall, of Arundel Road, was jailed for 11 years, while Kavanagh, of Drake Street, and McCarron, of Portsea Close, were both jailed for nine years.

Lilley, Cornwall and McCarron were also convicted of robbery in relation to the attack on Zaakir. Kavanagh was found not guilty of the charge.

During a second connected trial in October, a fifth man, Callum Bowman, aged 30, of Humber Road, was found not guilty of manslaughter and robbery. He had denied the charges.

Two further men, Lucas Hutchinson and a second man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, were convicted of assisting an offender after they helped destroy and dispose of the stolen Kuga used in the fatal attack.

It was completely burnt out but police found CCTV which showed how the two men were involved.

Hutchinson, aged 19 of Strathmore Avenue, Stoke, Coventry was also jailed for three years at Warwick Crown Court sitting at Leamington Justice Centre.

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