stabbing: Man, 21, admits killing Joseph Pearce
Bristol person has admitted killing a man who died from a single
stab wound at a house in Burnham-On-Sea last July.
a court appearance, Dominic Lacey pleaded guilty to manslaughter.
It follows the more serious charge of murder being dropped by the
prosecution at Exeter Crown Court.
year-old Lacey, of Newham Place in Patchway, has admitted the manslaughter
of Joseph Pearce, 40, who Burnham-On-Sea.com
first reported here was found dead at Churchill Close in Burnham-On-Sea
on July 10th.
man, James Hobbs, 43, of Churchill Close in Burnham-On-Sea, denies
assisting an offender. He was not in court and his case is due to
dealt with at a later date on January 31st.
and an ambulance paramedic discovered the body of Jospeh Pearce
after being called to a disturbance at Hobbs's home just before
sentencing will be held on February 15th, 2018 so that it can take
place after Hobbs's trial.