Man On The Run Appeals Conviction For Killing Date In Speedboat Crash
30 August 2018, 12:32 | Updated: 30 August 2018, 12:33
A man found guilty of killing his date in a speedboat crash is appealing his conviction, despite being on the run.
Jack Shepherd, who is 30 and used to live in Bristol, has been in hiding since a jury found him guilty of manslaughter by gross negligence.
24-year-old Charlotte Brown died in December 2015 after she was thrown from his speedboat into the River Thames.
Shepherd didn't turn up to his trial back in July and was sentenced to six years in prison in his absence.
Charlotte's family have called for him to hand himself in and a £10,000 reward was put up by The Sun newspaper.