Lisa Palmer charged with Lemington man Jamie Belshaw's murder

Jamie Belshaw Mr Belshaw died in hospital, police said

A woman has appeared in court charged with the murder of a man who was found dying at a house in Newcastle.

Police said 36-year-old Jamie Belshaw, of St George's Terrace, Lemington, was found with serious injuries just after 21:00 GMT on Saturday.

He died later in hospital, Northumbria Police confirmed.

Lisa Palmer, 33, also of St George's Terrace, was remanded in custody until 12 March when she appeared at Newcastle Magistrates' Court on Monday.

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