Herbie Hide home death: Man sentenced for knife possession

Tafadzwa Khan
Image caption "Taffy" Kahn died from a stab wound on Sunday morning

A teenager has been sentenced as part of a probe into a man's death at the Norfolk home of former boxing champion Herbie Hide.

James Clough, 18, of Aspland Road, Norwich, admitted having a knife in a public place.

Magistrates in Norwich sentenced Clough to eight weeks in a young offenders' institution.

His arrest followed the death of Tafadzwa Kahn, 25, at a house party in Bawburgh, near Norwich, on Sunday.

Mr Kahn, of St Giles Street, Norwich, died from a stab wound.

A 20-year-old man and a boy, 16, who were arrested on suspicion of murder, have been bailed pending further inquiries.

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