Two men have appeared before the Oxford magistrates accused of murdering a teenager in High Wycombe.

Philip Solomon, 37, of no fixed address, and Aaran Pattinson, 32, of Old Tea Warehouse, High Wycombe, face a charge of murdering Cameron Bailey in Easton Street.

The 17-year-old was stabbed to death in the town last Sunday. 
Solomon and Pattinson are also accused of wounding another boy with intent and conspiracy to rob Cameron Bailey and two others.

In separate hearings at Oxford Magistrates’ Court on Saturday morning (May 13), the men were remanded into custody to appear before a judge at Reading Crown Court on Monday.

No pleas were taken as the charges are indictable only, meaning they can only be dealt with at the crown court.

Pattinson was the second man of the two to be dealt with on Saturday. Standing in the dock wearing a grey tracksuit and his medium-length hair tied in a short pony tail at the back of his head, he spoke only to confirm his name, date of birth and address. 

Chairman of the bench Raymond Cross told the man: “Mr Pattinson, you are going to be remanded into custody to attend Reading Crown Court on Monday, May 15, where this case will be heard. That is the end of the matter.” 
In court for the hearing was prosecutor Shane Hauschild, his advocate Kevin Hennessy, the three magistrates, their legal adviser and a Thames Valley Police officer.

Co-defendant Scott Cordice, 29, who is accused of murder, wounding with intent and conspiracy to rob, was remanded by the magistrates on Friday, alongside Marlon Cato, 49, who has been charged with assisting an offender.