No charges after murder investigation

Police who launched a murder investigation following the death of Norfolk man David Binet have confirmed they will take no further action over the incident.

Police who launched a murder investigation following the death of Norfolk man David Binet have confirmed they will take no further action over the incident.

Stuart Stott, 33, who had lived with his legal guardian Mr Binet at his home in Bilney Lane, Felthorpe, had been arrested following the death on Friday night. It was claimed Mr Binet suffered a heart attack after being hit over the head with a kitchen pan. Officers have now concluded that no assault took place and there will be no criminal charges.

Mr Binet, originally from Jersey, had experienced heart problems over several years. The former boat builder and handyman stopped work two years ago because of health difficulties.

His wife Fran Binet said: “He was my best friend. He was my soulmate - to me it just feels that half of me has gone and that's it, my life is over now.”

Mr Stott, who suffers from learning and physical difficulties, is now in the care of Norfolk Social Services.