Family pay tribute to stabbed Rubery man

Jonathan Crow
Image caption Mr Crow had many friends in the UK and Spain where his mother now lives, his family said

Tributes have been paid to a "much-loved son" who was stabbed in north Worcestershire.

Jonathan Crow, 41, from Rubery, was stabbed in the town's Maple Road on 25 March and died shortly after.

His family said he would be greatly missed and added: "It will take a lifetime to come to terms with Jonathan's tragic death."

A 25-year-old man has been charged with murder and is due before Worcester Crown Court on 31 March.

Gary Dienn, of Bromford Drive, Birmingham, is accused of murder and appeared before Redditch magistrates.

He has been remanded in custody until he appears before Worcester Crown Court.

Mr Crow's family said: "Jonathan was a much-loved son and brother who will be greatly missed by all of his family.

"Jonathan was always very popular and had many friends both locally and in Spain where his mother now lives.

"We have been touched by the many condolences we have already received."

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