A woman whose mother and sister were shot dead has spoken of her grief as detectives continue to question a man over the killings.
A candlelit vigil has been held to remember a schoolgirl murdered 20 years ago in Kent.
Melissa Crook, her father and their baby son were killed in a house fire. Her ex-husband and an accomplice have been found guilty of murder.
Two brothers are due in court charged with the murder of an Eastleigh newsagent.
Choudry Zishan was killed outside his family's shop on Eastleigh High Street in March.
Jonathan and Samuel McGinley, who are twenty two and twenty five and of no fixed address, are due at Winchester Crown Court.
Four men and a teenage boy have been jailed for a total of 83 years for luring a former friend to a secluded Sheppey beach before launching a fatal attack with baseball bats.
Mark Terry, 44, and son Matthew Terry, 21, Christopher Bones, 21, and Ritchie Zborowski, 16, were found guilty following a 10-week trial by a jury of the murder of Gary Pocock.
All four were sentenced to life in prison when they appeared at Maidstone Crown Court.
A fifth person, Jamie West, 19, was found guilty of manslaughter and sentenced to seven years, with half of the sentence to be served on licence.
Murshed Miah and Mohammad Islam guilty of the murder of Chatham grandmother Harjit Chaggar
Judge Adele Williams praises "courage and dignity" of the Chaggar family
A 14-year-old boy has been sentenced to six years in prison following the murder of his mother's partner in the Bellfields area of Guildford last year.
At a previous hearing Jerome Ellis, was found guilty of the manslaughter of 54-year-old Neil Tulley on the grounds of loss of control.
His brother, 23-year-old Joshua Ellis was found guilty of the murder of Mr Tulley and will be sentenced next month.
During the trial the court heard that the victim's body was discovered with multiple stab wounds on the sofa at the family home on 13 August 2013.
A post mortem showed Mr Tulley had died after sustaining more than sixty stab wounds.
A police manhunt and public appeal was launched after the two brothers went missing following the fatal attack. They handed themselves in at Woking Police Station on the evening of Wednesday, 14 August 2013.
– Detective Chief Inspector Mark Preston
This was a tragic case in which a man was fatally injured and two families have been completely devastated as a result. It has been a distressing case for the jury and the investigation team involved which have had to deal with some particularly traumatic evidence and harrowing accounts.”
Following the sentencing of their son's killer, Joseph Starzacher's family have release a statement paying tribute to a "lovely young man in the prime of his life".
Joseph was punched unconscious in Salisbury City Centre in 2007 and later died from Pneumonia in 2010 because of immobility problems relating to the attack in 2007.
His family said:
"To see Joseph’s life taken away in such an act of unprovoked, mindless violence has had a devastating and heartbreaking affect on all those who knew him.
We have had to endure seeing Joseph locked in his body unable to communicate for three years watching his deterioration that eventually led to his death in 2010.
This has been deeply distressing for us all but especially for his daughter Megan who was the apple of his eye.
Despite going through two trials and two appeal processes we can now begin the process of moving on from this horrific ordeal knowing that Adam Cross, the person responsible for our grief, has been found guilty of murder."
A man from Salisbury has been found guilty of murder, after viciously attacking a man in Salisbury City Centre in 2007.
Adam Cross, who is 35, was sentenced to life imprisonment, with a minimum of 14 years, for the murder of Joseph Starzacher.
Joseph was attacked by Adam on Sunday 29th July in 2007 on a night out with his friends.
He was kicked so hard in the head that he lost consciousness.
He underwent emergency surgery and Cross was convicted with grievous bodily harm in 2008.
Joseph was left in a 'Persistent Vegetative State' and caught Pneumonia in August 2010 because of his immobility and died.
Medical experts concluded that Joseph’s death was linked to the head injury he received that day.
– DS Pete Ritson, Wiltshire Police
Cross was serving the initial sentence for Grievous bodily harm with Intent but following Joseph’s death it is right and proper that he was put before the courts to stand trial for his murder. This case is a stark reminder of the serious consequences of violence. Joseph lost his life and his young daughter lost her Dad because of the actions of Adam Cross."
Detectives investigating the death of a woman in Bournemouth have charged a man with her murder.
The deceased woman has been formally identified as Mashael Albasman, a 25-year-old Kuwaiti national who was studying in Bournemouth.
Faleh Ghazi Albasman, Mashael’s father, has been charged with her murder and remanded to appear before magistrates today.
He is a 58-year-old Kuwaiti national who was staying with his daughter in the flat they shared in St. Michael’s Road in Bournemouth.
– Detective Inspector Stewart Balmer
This is a tragic incident for Mashael’s family and on behalf of Dorset Police I wish to extend my sincere condolences and sympathy to her family. The family reside in Kuwait and a Dorset Police family liaison officer, working in conjunction with the Kuwaiti embassy and international liaison officers from the National Crime Agency, is supporting the family and keeping them informed and updated. Enquiries continue to establish further evidence and information about the murder of Mashael. I can confirm that we are not currently looking for anybody else in connection with this death."
Detectives investigating the murder of a 20-year-old in Folkestone are renewing their appeal for a man to come forward and help with their enquiries. Gus Allman, from London, was found with stab wounds on Wood Avenue. He was taken to hospital but later pronounced dead.
Officers from the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate are keen to speak to Timothy Keith Avril as part of their investigations. The 22-year-old is known to visit areas of south east London.
Anyone who has seen Mr Avril or knows of his whereabouts is urged to contact Kent Police on 01622 690690 quoting reference number 07-0374 or Kent Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
"There are no words to describe the effect of losing Michael has had on the family, especially his two brothers.
The cruel and calculated way in which his life was taken has mentally affected our lives. Not one day goes by without the thought of what terrible injuries
were inflicted upon him just over a year ago on that long night in January.
Michael loved life in his own way, working with jewellery and antiques, and he was extremely talented in producing one-off designs for people. We will never come to terms with this family tragedy.
Unfortunately we now live in a world of greed and violence and no sentence for this violent crime will ever be enough for the people who were involved. Perhaps they could imagine the pain if it were to happen to one of their own family
Michael we miss you, God Bless. "
Two men have been found guilty of the murder of Michael Griffiths in Fernhurst and another has been found guilty of his manslaughter. Mr Griffith's body was found in the burnt out remains of his home in Glebe Close in January 2013.
Munford and Cowdrey were sentenced to life sentences in prison with a minimum of 32 years for the murder and 9 years to run concurrently for the other offences.