Three people have appeared before magistrates in Plymouth charged with two separate murders in the city.
The body of 33 year-old Keith Dance was found in a house in Stoke on Monday. 29-year-old Jacqueline Cooke and 50-year-old Ian Gollop have been jointly charged with his murder.
In a another case, Ian Neville was charged with the murder of Richard Brown at the Complex pub in Keyham Road in Plymouth on Tuesday. All three will make a first appearance before Truro Crown Court on Monday.
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