The family of Luke Jeffrey, who died after he was stabbed in Chichester on Friday have paid tribute to him.
"Luke was a kind, caring and gentle young man. He was passionate about fitness and health and was studying at college to become a fitness instructor. Luke also had a lifelong love of music. He had his whole life ahead of him.
"He was utterly devoted to his five-year-old sister and she has lost not only her big brother, but also her best friend. He leaves behind loving parents, grandparents, a great-grandmother and many close friends.
"Luke was just 18-years-old when he was murdered in a brutal, senseless and cowardly attack.
"We cannot find the words to describe the loss and absolute grief that we are feeling. Please respect our need for privacy at this desperately difficult time."
"Our thoughts are with Luke's family and friends at this sad time.
"We want to do all we can to reassure the local community and officers from the Chichester neighbourhood policing team will be available in the surrounding areas to speak to residents if they have any concerns."
Samuel Morgan, 19, unemployed, of Adelaide Road, Chichester, appeared at Crawley Magistrates' Court this morning charged with Luke's murder.
He has been remanded in custody to appear at Lewes Crown Court tomorrow.
A mother whose daughter was attacked and murdered in the Middle East is urging people to help fund her fight for justice. Lauren Patterson, from West Malling in Kent, was just 24 years old when she was killed in Qatar in October 2013. Two men were jailed but one of them has had his sentence overturned. Now, Alison Patterson needs £30,000 to cover a new trial. Tom Savvides has the story.
Kent Police has charged a man with the murder of 52-year-old Caroline Andrews.
Stuart Andrews, aged 54, of The Street, Benenden, has been charged with murdering Mrs Andrews in Benenden on 3 February.
Andrews appeared at Maidstone Magistrates’ Court on Saturday 13 February. He was remanded in custody and is due to appear at Maidstone Crown Court on Tuesday 16 February.
Police were called to an address in The Street, Benenden, on Thursday 4 February, where they discovered the body of Mrs Andrews.
A post mortem showed she died from strangulation.
Two men accused of killing a woman woman in Abingdon are due in court.
Kerry Reeves, who was 26, was shot in the head outside flats in Thornhill Walk last November.
She died at the John Radcliffe hospital two days later.
Billy Johnson, 20, of Ripon Court in Northamptonshire, and Charles Noble, who's 20, and of Kempton Avenue, in Ealing are due at Oxford Crown Court.
A mother from East Sussex jailed for killing her three-year-old daughter has pleaded guilty to the earlier murder of her baby son 13 years ago.
Lesley Dunford, 37, was charged in October last year with the murder of seven-month-old Harley Dunford on August 27 2003. He was found dead in his cot at the family's former seaside home in Pelwood Road, Camber, near Hastings.
Dunford's three-year-old daughter Lucy died six months later, on February 2 2004. In June 2012, Dunford was jailed for seven years for Lucy's manslaughter after Lewes Crown Court heard the child died from asphyxia caused by forced blockage of her airways.
On Friday, Dunford, appeared at the same court to plead guilty to Harley's murder.
Detectives investigating the disappearance of Lancing man Mark Manning have charged a man with murder.
Colin Gale, 39, of Offington Road, Worthing, was charged with the murder of Mark Manning on Thursday, 28th January.
Mark, 54, of Brighton Road, was last seen on 19th April 2014 before his family reported him missing on 22nd April.
They said it was completely out of character for him to disappear.
Officers launched a murder investigation in June 2014.
Despite extensive proof of life enquiries and searches, no one has reported hearing from or seeing Mark.
His body has not been found.
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Chilling footage has been released showing the moment a man with learning difficulties was led to his death.
Gossling and Richard Moors were caught on CCTV, luring Phillip Nicholson - to a flat in Bournemouth where they stabbed him.
They were later filmed strolling away from the murder scene holding hands. Richard Slee reports.
Chilling CCTV footage has been released showing the moment a man with learning difficulties was lured to his death in Bournemouth.
Isabella Gossling and Richard Moors were caught on CCTV taking 22-year-old Phillip Nicholson to a flat in a Bournemouth where they then stabbed him.
They were then filmed strolling away holding hands.
The pair were arrested in Weymouth hours after mr Nicholson's body was found.
A man is due in court in connection with a stabbing in Abingdon.
A man was stabbed in a Poundland store earlier this week. 61-year-old Justin Skrebowski died in the Bury Street shop.
Trevor Joyce, who's thirty six, is due at Oxford Crown Court.