Calvin Clarke death: Sheffield man's manslaughter plea

Snig Hill police station, Sheffield Calvin Clarke's body was found at a road close to Snig Hill police station on 27 September

A man has pleaded guilty to manslaughter after a man died of stab wounds in Sheffield.

Calvin Clarke, 45, was found injured in Dixon Lane near Snig Hill police station on 27 September.

Orrett Duncan, 40, of Harborough Close, Manor, will be tried for manslaughter at Sheffield Crown Court on Wednesday,

He had been due to stand trial for Mr Clarke's murder on 4 June, but the prosecution accepted his plea of manslaughter on Friday.

When he was found, Mr Clarke was taken to the Northern General Hospital but died four days later.

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