The mother of a murdered Gloucester teenager has spoken of her loss. 19-year-old Zac Evans was killed in an alleged machete attack on Saturday 24 January.
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A man is due before magistrates in Cheltenham this morning charged with murder following a machete attack in Gloucester.
19-year-old Zac Evans died outside the Pike and Musket pub in Tuffley. Two others were also injured during the attack in the early hours of Saturday morning. 44 year old Ewen Reynolds was charged with murder and attempted murder yesterday evening.
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Police have charged a man with murder after a Gloucester teenager was killed in a machete attack.
Today the family of Zac Evans paid tribute to a 'wonderful son, brother and grandson', saying he was one of the bravest, kindest young people, they had ever known.
The 19-year-old died outside a pub in Tuffley in the early hours of Saturday morning. Two others were injured.
44 year old Ewen Reynolds will appear before magistrates in Cheltenham tomorrow.
You can watch Robert Murphy's report here:
A man has been charged with the murder of 19-year-old Zac Evans in Gloucester on Saturday 24 January.
44-year-old Ewen Reynolds from Foley Close, Tuffley in Gloucester is due before magistrates tomorrow (Wednesday 27 January) charged with Zac's murder and the attempted murder of another man during the same incident.
Zac died following the incident outside The Pike and Musket pub in Windsor Drive, Tuffley, Gloucester, shortly before 12.40am on Saturday 24 January.
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A second man has been arrested in connection with a serious assault in King's Walk in Gloucester on 10 January.
A man was punched in the face and fell to the ground, losing consciousness. He had serious facial injuries and a head wound.
A 28-year-old man from Stroud is now in custody following his arrest on suspicion of assault.
Earlier Gloucestershire Police arrested a 25-year-old man, also from Stroud, on suspicion of assault.