Fourth man charged over murder of Jan Pawel Stochnialek in Boston

Jan Pawel Stochnialek
Image caption Mr Stochnialek's body was found in a Boston waterway

A fourth man has been charged with murdering a Polish man whose body was found in a Lincolnshire waterway.

Jan Pawel Stochnialek, 28, who lived in Boston, was found dead in the South Forty-Foot Drain in the town on 25 January.

Oktawiusz Siemieniuk, 31, from The Featherworks, Boston, is due before Boston magistrates later.

Three other men, from Boston and Salford, have already been charged with Mr Stochnialek's murder.

Zlanek Dziob, 34, of Hadley Street, Salford, appeared before magistrates in Boston on 6 February along with Piotr Szymon Firlit, 23, and Bartlomiej Marszalkiewicz, 25, both of Fieldfare Croft in Boston.

The men will stand trial at a date yet to be set.

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