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Culverhouse named as new King's Lynn boss

Culverhouse was Norwich City Assistant Manager alongside Paul Lambert Credit: PA Images

Former Norwich City full back Ian Culverhouse has joined King's Lynn Town as the club's first full-time manager.

The EvoStick Premier League side made the announcement on its website earlier today.

Culverhouse, 53, joined Norwich from Spurs in 1985 and went on to make 296 appearances for the team.

He'll be unveiled at the Walks tomorrow.

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More than 100 arrests as police target drug dealing

Approximately £10,000 worth of Class A drugs and £25,000 in cash has been seized since Operation Gravity began. 10 knives and two offensive weapons have also been seized.

More than 100 people have been arrested during a campaign against drug dealing in Norfolk.

Operation Gravity launched in December 2016 as a direct response to an increase in the number of violent offences linked to illegal drugs activity in the county.

Since then officers have been targeting the most serious offenders involved in the dealing and the transportation of Class A drugs around the county and a total of 106 people have been arrested.

Anyone with information about illegal drugs activity should contact Norfolk Constabulary on 101.

'You're joking': Watch the moment Ian Stewart is arrested

This is the moment Ian Stewart was arrested on suspicion of murdering his partner Helen Bailey.

The 56-year-old was still in bed when police entered the couple's home in Royston last July.

He then came downstairs in his dressing gown, and reacted with surprise when officers told him he was being arrested.

The whole incident was captured on a bodycam worn by one of the officers present.

The following day Helen's body was found in a cesspit under the garage.

Police: Ian Stewart a 'particularly wicked individual'

The man who led the investigation into the murder of children's author Helen Bailey's has described her killer Ian Stewart as a "particularly wicked individual."

56-year-old Stewart was found guilty of drugging and killing Ms Bailey in a murder plot driven by money.

Speaking outside St Albans Crown Court, Detective Chief Inspector Jerome Kent said he was glad to see Stewart behind bars.

"He must be a particularly wicked individual," Mr Kent said.

"He purported to love her, and yet not only can he kill her, but then he can dispose her body into a cesspit and eventually tell lies in open court.

"It's the mark of a very wicked by quite calculated individual."

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