Manchester

Levenshulme street row: Suspect in court over murder

A man has appeared in court accused of murder after a man died following a row in a street in Greater Manchester.

Glen Delaney, 40, was taken to hospital after an altercation in Barlow Road, Levenshulme on Thursday, said police.

He died later in hospital. A post mortem examination confirmed he died as a result of severe facial injuries.

David Gray, 29, of Barlow Road, Levenshulme appeared before magistrates earlier. His next hearing will be at Manchester Crown Court on Tuesday.

'Number one son'

Mr Gray was remanded in custody by Manchester City Magistrates' Court.

Five other people arrested in connection with Mr Delaney's death, two men aged 42 and 34 and three women aged 23, 23 and 65, have all been bailed pending further inquiries.

Mr Delaney's family have paid tribute to him.

In a statement, they said: "Dad's number one son will never be forgotten. In loving memory of Glen from mum, dad, sisters, nephews, nieces and all family."

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