Man in court over Copenhagan Way murder

PUBLISHED: 14:42 28 February 2011

A 21-year-old man has appeared in court today charged with the murder of a Polish woman.

Aaron O’Brien, of Copenhagan Way in North Norwich appeared at Norwich Crown Court from Norwich Prison via video link and spoke only to give his name.

He was defended by Richard Potts at a hearing to fix a trial date.

He is charged with murdering Magdalena Januszeska, 34, who is originally from Poland and was living at the same address. Her body was found at the house in January.

Judge Paul Downes remanded O’Brien in custody and a trial date was set for July 18.

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