Three more people charged after murder of Great Yarmouth man Andrew McGowan
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Three more people were charged by police today after the murder of Andrew McGowan in Great Yarmouth.
Andrew McGowan, 33, from Yarmouth, died after being stabbed at a property in Dickens Court in the town on Saturday, November 14 last year.
Tevin Birmingham, 21, appeared at Norwich Magistrates Court today via videolink from Wymondham Police Investigation Centre (PIC) and spoke only to confirm his name and details during the short hearing today.
The defendant, whose address was given in court as Spring Road, Ipswich, has been charged with murder, one count of supplying a quantity of cocaine between November 1 and November 15 last year and two counts of supplying cocaine on November 14 last year.
The case was formally sent to Norwich Crown Court on Monday February 15 and he was remanded in custody.
Warren Blake, 18, of Thorncliffe Road, London, was charged in November last year with murder in connection with the incident. He will next appear at Norwich Crown Court on Thursday, February 18.
Detectives today charged two more people in connection with the incident.
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45-year-old Kevin Wood, of Nelson Road Central, Great Yarmouth and 34-year-old Charlene Barber, of Dickens Avenue in Great Yarmouth, were arrested at the time in connection with the incident and were questioned by officers.
Both have been charged with perverting the course of justice and have been bailed to appear at Great Yarmouth Magistrates Court on Monday February 15.