Man and woman deny knife murder of father-of-one in street
Daniel Devlin and Donna Simpson are accused of killing Dominic Brown in Clydebank on August 5.
A man and woman have denied murdering a dad-of-one by stabbing him with a knife in the street.
Daniel Devlin and Donna Simpson, from Glasgow, are accused of murdering Dominic Brown, 31, at Radnor Street in Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire, on August 5.
Simpson, 39, is also charged with attempting to murder Stephen Morgan by stabbing him with a knife on the body to his severe injury and to the danger of his life in Kilbowie Street, Clydebank, also on August 5.
Both are accused of having a knife in a public place.
Devlin, 46, is also charged with being concerned in the supply of cocaine on August 5 at a flat in Crown Avenue, Clydebank.
Devlin, who was represented by Donald Findlay QC, and Simpson, who was represented by Brian McConnachie QC, both denied all the charges against them when they appeared in the dock at the High Court in Glasgow on Friday.
Judge Lord Mulholland set a trial for March next year.