Charlotte Dootson is known to be a 25 years old man who was arrested for the murder of Mohammed Mukhtar, from Miles Platting.
Mohammed Mukhtar was reportedly 50 years old when he was murdered and found dead in a Manchester home.
After a report concerning a man’s welfare who had been missing, police rushed to the property in Droitwich Road at noon on 30 August, where they found the body.
Charlotte was arrested on 6 May in connection with Mohammed Mukhtar’s death and has since been charged.
Dootson has been remanded in custody until her court appearance at Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court. She pleaded guilty to the crime at a pretrial review hearing.
On 30 August last year, police were called to Droitwich Road around noon after reports of a man’s welfare. Mr. Mukhtar, a man in his fifties, was tragically pronounced dead at the scene at 1.04 pm.
“Officers attended a property on Droitwich Road, but despite the best efforts of emergency services, they could not survive the man.
He was later identified as Mohammed Mukhtar and “was sadly pronounced dead at the scene,” a Greater Manchester Police spokesperson said.
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After almost ten months after Mr. Mohammed Mukhtar’s death, Charlotte Dootson was arrested and pleaded guilty at a pretrial reviews hearing.
The final sentencing will be held on 24 May. Murder is a crime in England and Wales under common law.
It is the most severe type of homicide, in which one person intentionally kills another with the intent to cause death or injury.
Although it did not require malice or premeditation, the element of intentionality was initially called malice aforethought.
Therefore, Charlotte might receive the sentencing for the first-degree murder of Mr. Mukhtar, depending upon the pieces of evidence.