Who Was Mohammed Mukhtar? Charlotte Dootson Plead Guilty In Murder Case

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Charlotte Dootson has reportedly been arrested in the killing of a 50-year-old man. Man identified as Mohammad Mukhtar was found dead in Manchester. Now officers have arrested the woman in connection with the murder. The man was reported missing. Police were called to Droitwich Road at 12pm on August 30 last year following reports of a man’s wellbeing. Mr Mukhtar, a man in his 50s, was tragically pronounced dead at the scene at 1:04pm. Check here for more details.

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Charlotte Dootson pleads guilty

The news has spread on social media and has become a topic of discussion. In the murder case, a 25-year-old woman was arrested by officers. It is stated that the woman killed the Muslim man named Mohammad Mukhtar. The man is literally twice her age and it’s shocking that she killed him just like that. Dootson is currently being held in custody pending court appearances at Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court. She admitted the wrongdoing at a pre-trial hearing. The woman faces severe consequences for her crime.

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As already mentioned, the incident happened on August 30 last year. At the time, police were called to Droitwich Road around early afternoon after learning a body had been found at the scene. Mr Mukhtar, a man in his 50s, was reportedly found dead at the scene. Officers went to the crime scene on Droitwich Road and found his lifeless body. They reportedly took the man to a nearby hospital, but he has already died. Investigation of the case soon began and officers began searching for evidence that could lead the case. They later found out about Charlotte Dootson’s involvement.

It has been determined that Charlotte could receive the conviction for the first degree murder of Mukhtar. She is expected to go to prison forever after the crime she committed. However, it has not yet been confirmed whether the woman was involved in the crime and what charges she faces. The woman would appear in court on May 24. Although not much information is currently available about the case, our team is trying to gather as much data as possible so that we can keep our readers informed of the ongoing case. Until then, follow our site Social Telecast for the latest and trending news from around the world.

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