Southend stabbing: Woman remanded over Anton Levin murder

Forensic officers in St Ann's Road Southend Image copyright Richard smith
Image caption Anton Levin was fatally stabbed on 19 November

A 26-year-old woman has appeared in court, charged with the murder of a man from Essex.

Anton Levin, 24, from Dagenham, was found stabbed to death at a flat in St Ann's Road, Southend on 19 November.

Danielle Russell, from St Ann's Road in Southend, was remanded in custody at the town's magistrates' court.

Miss Russell was also charged with attempted murder, conspiracy to cause GBH with intent and conspiracy to commit robbery, police said.

She will appear at Chelmsford Crown Court on Friday.

A 16-year-old boy from Thurrock and a 17-year-old boy from Basildon, who cannot be named because of their ages, have been also been charged with Mr Levin's murder.

The pair were remanded in custody in November and are due to go on trial at Chelmsford Crown Court in May.

A second man, 24, was stabbed in the attack.

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