man has appeared in entrance of a crown courtroom decide charged with murdering a nine-year-old woman who was discovered stabbed on the street.
The 22-year-old was remanded into custody at Lincoln Crown Court docket on Monday, the place he was not required to enter a plea to the cost.
Sporting a prison-issued gray tracksuit, he spoke solely to verify his title and was informed a provisional trial date can be set on the subsequent courtroom listening to.
Lilia died after struggling what’s believed to be a stab wound in Fountain Lane, Boston, at about 6.20pm.
Lincolnshire Police beforehand mentioned Lilia’s mother and father are being supported by specifically skilled officers.
Skebas, a Lithuanian nationwide, was detained after 4 CCTV photos have been launched of a person detectives mentioned they wished to hint.
The CCTV confirmed a person within the Wormgate and Fountain Lane space of Boston at 6.15pm on Thursday, 5 minutes earlier than Lilia was discovered useless.
Police additionally mentioned two individuals who have been arrested earlier this week have now been launched with no additional motion.
Lilia had reportedly been enjoying together with her youthful sister on the road simply yards from an workplace the place their mom was working on the time.
The women had a hula-hoop, and a toy pram was left on the scene, based on native individuals.
Remanding Skebas into custody, Choose Simon Hirst informed the defendant: “You’ll be subsequent earlier than the courtroom on September 19.
“I hope on that date I may give you a trial date, that’s to say a date when your trial can happen.
“Within the meantime you might be remanded into custody.”
Earlier on Monday, Skebas appeared at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court docket the place he spoke solely to verify his title, handle and date of start throughout a two-minute listening to.
Skebas, of Thorold Avenue, Boston, will seem on the similar courtroom for a plea listening to on September 19.