Man in court accused of Streatham murder

17:17 03 July 2013

Kate dixon died from multiple stab wounds, a post mortem found. Picture: Metropolitan Police Service

Kate dixon died from multiple stab wounds, a post mortem found. Picture: Metropolitan Police Service

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A man appeared in court today charged with the murder of Kate Dixon in Streatham on Monday.

The 40-year-old was found stabbed to death in Chestnut Court, Ullathorne Road, near Tooting Bec Common and a post mortem examination yesterday gave the cause of death as multiple stab wounds.

Jonathan Tebbs, 46, appeared at South Western Magistrates’ Court today, having been charged yesterday.

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