A man's been found guilty of the manslaughter of a former soldier in Wiltshire. Roger Millar, 44, was found dying in the street from stab wounds in Swindon in June last year. Christopher Simmonds, 28, from London was today convicted at Bristol Crown Court.
Shelton Sibanda, 20, from Swindon, had pleaded guilty to his murder at a previous hearing. Three teenagers were cleared of the manslaughter of Mr Millar, a former soldier with the Royal Corps of Engineers.
After today's hearing Det Chief Insp Matt Davey of Wiltshire police said: "This case offers a stark reminder of the dangers of getting involved in the world of illegal drugs.
"The investigation quickly established that this incident started with an altercation between two groups over the illegal supply of drugs and although Shelton Sibanda pleaded guilty to murder, the jury were asked to decided to what extent a number of others participated."
More top news
Campaigners in Bristol are fighting to change the name of the city's Colston Hall. It's named after Edward Colston - who was a slave trader.
Parents in Bristol say plans to flatten a sports ground would leave local children without a place to play.
A teenager has been injured on his way home from school after a tree fell on to him in Bristol.