Nathan Blundell to be sentenced in December for his role in the murder of Corey Power at Young

Murder victim Corey Power

Murder victim Corey Power

A MAN found guilty of conspiring to murder Corey Power at Young will be sentenced in Sydney next month.

A jury at Griffith on October 18 found Nathan Blundell guilty of being an accessory before the fact of Mr Power’s murder on August 29, 2013.

Mr Power was bludgeoned to death with the blunt end of a tomahawk by Owen Fuller.

Bashed around the face and head, Mr Power was unrecognisable when horrified passers-by stumbled him as he lay dying in a street.

Blundell and Fuller were angry Mr Power had not given them money he got from selling a generator Blundell and Fuller had stolen during a break-in at Southcon Commercial Concreting and given him to fence.

Fuller in June was given a non-parole sentence of 17 years, backdated to his arrest on March 4, 2015, for Mr Power’s murder after pleading guilty to the vicious killing.

A sentencing hearing for Blundell was held last Friday.

He is in custody and will be sentenced in Sydney on December 14.

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