Norfolk PCC's son charged with causing death by dangerous driving

The son of the Norfolk Police and Crime Commissioner is to be charged with causing death by dangerous driving.

Henry Bett, 26, is the son of farmer Stephen Bett, the former Tory chairman of Norfolk Police Authority who now serves as the independent PCC for the county.

Henry Bett, 26, of Thornham, Norfolk, has been summonsed to appear at King's Lynn Magistrates' Court on Wednesday.

It relates to a collision at West Acre Road, Castle Acre on 4 December 2013.

The crash involved a Fiat people carrier and Fendt tractor. The female Fiat driver died at the scene.

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner said: "This is a private matter for Stephen and his family."

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