Man and woman charged with Lincolnshire murder appear in court

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Two people charged with the murder of Lincolnshire man Wayne Baxter have appeared in court on Monday, March 7.

Sean Booth, 25, and Sarah Booth, 36, both of Croft Bank, Croft, are charged with the murder of the 44-year-old man on Wednesday, March 2.

Wayne Baxter was stabbed to death in Croft Bank near Skegness.

Baxter, of Wainfleet, was found at an address in Croft Bank, Croft, last Wednesday evening.

He had suffered stab injuries and was pronounced dead at hospital a short time later.

Detectives are still appealing for witnesses to an altercation at a wake in the Woolpack pub, Wainfleet.

Sean Booth, wearing a blue jumper and jeans, and Sarah Booth, wearing a grey jumper, this morning spoke only to confirm their names and address when they appeared before Lincoln Magistrates’ Court.

They are both charged with murdering Wayne Baxter at number 1 Croft Bank, Croft, on March 2.

Sarah Booth cried throughout the five minute hearing.

No pleas were entered and the case was adjourned until Tuesday, March 8 when the pair will appear at either Lincoln or Leicester Crown Court.

Both were remanded in custody by magistrates.

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