The 21 year old British man arrested in connection with the death of British worker Harry Kingsland, has been remanded in jail without the possibility of bail.
The accused, identified by his initials MAL, appeared before Ibiza court of instruction number 1 on Friday 20th July.
He had been held in the Police Cells at Ses Paisses since his arrest on Wednesday.
The Armed Institute has denounced him for the crime of homicide, as reported today by a spokesman of the Peripheral Communication Office (OPC) of the Benemérita de Balears.
MAL was apprehended by Police at The Egg roundabout in San Antonio following the incident in which British worker Harry Kingsland lost his life.
Following the assault MAL had jumped from a second floor balcony to make his escape.
Though there can be no official confirmation of the circumstances which lead to Harry Kingsland’s death, there is overwhelming local testimony that Kingsland was trying to break up a fight in his apartment building when he received the fatal blows to his head that killed him.
Local newspapers in his home city of Birmingham have published tributes to the young man.
In one, Sash Roughley, Speaking to Birmingham Live, said; “I knew Harry while I was out working in Ibiza and honestly he was the nicest lad I’ve ever met.
“He was honest, polite and absolutely hilarious. Harry would be the main reason I loved going to work, if I was in a bad mood I knew he’d cheer me up with his jokes. When I heard the news I was absolutely heartbroken that such a young loyal and lovely lad had been taken away from us.”