Sentencing for Welwyn Garden City woman who murdered her neighbour postponed due to coronavirus

PUBLISHED: 12:24 20 March 2020 | UPDATED: 12:24 20 March 2020

Debby Foxwell has been found guilty of murder but hasn'tbeen sentenced. picture: Herts police

Debby Foxwell has been found guilty of murder but hasn'tbeen sentenced. picture: Herts police

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Debby Foxwell’s sentencing for the murder of former Welwyn Garden City councillor Louise Lotz has been postponed until further notice.

Lousie Lotz was killed by her neighbour in August last year.Lousie Lotz was killed by her neighbour in August last year.

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The judge who was scheduled to do the sentencing is currently self-isolating due to concerns over the coronavirus.

The 41-year-old was found guilty of murder in February, after battering her neighbour to death with a garden spade following a long-running dispute.

READ MORE: Debby Foxwell guilty of murdering neighbour Louise Lotz

The incident took place on August 24 2019.


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