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Two women charged with murdering a man whose body was found outside a car in a coastal village in Kent have pleaded not guilty at the Old Bailey today (1 July).
Alicia Davis and Charlotte Coulson, who are both 22, are accused of killing 30-year-old Michael Kerr whose body was discovered in Capel-le-ferne near Dover in April this year. Davis of Milner Crescent in Aylesham and Couslon of Clarendon Road in Dover will stand trial in October.
Two women have been charged with murder after a man died at Capel-le-Ferne.
Alicia Davis, 22, from Milner Crescent, Aylesham; and Charlotte Coulson, 21, of Clarendon Road in Dover, are accused of killing 30-year-old Michael Kerr.
His body was discovered on Wednesday, 10 April in Satmar Lane.
Both females are due to appear at Dover Magistrates’ Court on Saturday 13 April, 2013.
VIDEO OF SCENE: Extra time has been given to Kent Police to question two women arrested on suspicion of murdering a man whose body was found near his car. The victim, named locally as Michael Kerr, was discovered in Capel-le-Ferne on Monday. Three men have been released without charge.
Detectives have been granted more time to question two woman who were arrested on suspicion of murder, after a man's body was discovered in Capel-le-Ferne. Police were called to Satmar Lane on Wednesday afternoon, and arrested five people. Three were released without charge.