Two people charged with murder in connection with a stabbing Leamington last year
They will appear at Coventry Crown Court tomorrow (Friday March 12)
Two people have been charged with murder in connection with the death of 34-year-old Carl Moorhouse in Leamington last year.
Terry Nall, aged 30, of Regents Road, Birmingham, and Adam Padley aged 26, of Mellis Grove, Birmingham, were charged today (Thursday March 11), with murder and conspiracy to commit GBH. They will appear at Coventry Crown Court tomorrow (Friday March 12).
Five other people were also today charged with conspiracy to commit GBH in connection with the investigation. They are:
•Jamani Cunningham, aged 25, of Copthall Road, Birmingham
•Tau Randall, aged 34, of St. Peters Road, Birmingham
•Darnelle Sappleton, aged 22, of Farm Street, Birmingham.
•Callum Huburn, aged 29, of Park Road, Birmingham
•Reuben Nall, aged 27, of Rookery Road, Birmingham.
Three of them will also appear at Coventry Crown Court tomorrow and two have been released on bail.
A 34-year-old woman from Coventry who was initially arrested on suspicion of murder has now been released with no further action.
The charges relate to an incident on Lower Leam Street on May 28 2020.