Bristol teens remanded over fatal stabbing of Jake Milton

Jake Milton Jake Milton, 17, was stabbed in the Knowle West area of the city

Two teenagers have appeared in court charged with murdering a 17-year-old boy who was stabbed to death.

Jake Milton was attacked in the Knowle West area of Bristol on Friday evening and died later in hospital.

Nathan Warburton, 19, and Lewis Talbot, 18, who both live in the city appeared at Bristol Magistrates' Court.

The pair were remanded in custody and are due to appear before the city's crown court for a bail hearing on 20 June.

Mr Warburton, of Leinster Avenue, Knowle West, and Mr Talbot of Kenmare Road, Knowle West, are both due before Bristol Crown Court for a preliminary hearing on 9 July.

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