Griffith man charged for hotel death

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Warren Hordpenko was killed at Kingston Hotel on Sunday.

A GRIFFITH man’s been charged with murder after he allegedly assaulted and killed a man in Kingston Hotel on Sunday (July 5). 

Police report that the offender, a 35-year-old, entered the hotel at about 8.58pm and assaulted Warren Hordpenko, a 44-year-old from Dalmeny, NSW.

Mr Hordpenko died on the scene.

Following a police investigation, the Griffith man was arrested yesterday in the Civic area at about 1.20pm.

He is expected to face the ACT Magistrates Court today.

Man killed in Kingston Hotel was from Dalmeny 

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