Surrey

Woman who assisted Woking night porter murder jailed

Khalilur Rahman Image copyright Surrey Police
Image caption Khalilur Rahman suffered 15 blows to his face, body and arms

A woman who admitted assisting an offender with the murder of a hotel night porter has been jailed.

Lisa Warner, 35, of no fixed address, pleaded guilty earlier this year in connection with the "brutal and sustained" attack on Khalilur Rahman.

The 44-year-old was beaten to death at the Woking Hotel, in Surrey, by Jermaine Lee, who was jailed for a minimum of 18 years in February.

Warner was jailed for eight months by Guildford Crown Court on 17 June.

Mr Rahman was found at the hotel on 26 August 2015.

He had suffered 15 blows to his face, body and arms before dying as a result of a head injury, a post-mortem examination found.

Lee, 32, of Gorse Road, Croydon, admitted manslaughter but denied murder.

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