Three men have been charged in connection with the death of 35-year-old Russell Peachey, who died following an assault in Cardiff.
Dean Anthony Beasley, 37, from Barry, Shaminder Singh, 40, from Cardiff and Christopher James Smith, aged 34, also from Cardiff have been remanded in custody.
All three are due to appear at Cardiff Magistrates Court tomorrow charged with murder.
Russell Peachey was found unconscious on North Street in Grangetown in the early hours of Saturday morning and later died of his injuries.
We understand that the local community is shocked by this incident. We would like to reassure the residents of Grangetown that we will not tolerate this type of violent behaviour in our community and that we will respond quickly to such incidents.
If you witnessed the assault taking place I would strongly urge you to contact us straight away as you may have vital information which could assist this enquiry”.
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