Man denies murder of Debbie Levey in West Sussex

Debbie Levey Debbie Levey's family described her as a caring and compassionate person

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A man has denied murdering a 44-year-old care home worker who was found dead at her home in West Sussex.

The body of Debbie Levey was discovered by a colleague at Cherry Tree Cottage, in East Ashling, near Chichester, on 28 January.

Phillip Brown, 45, previously of Latham Road, Selsey, pleaded not guilty to one count of murder at Lewes Crown Court.

He was remanded in custody to appear at the same court for trial at a later date.

Ms Levey, who worked at Leaholme care home in Chichester, was described as a caring and compassionate person.

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