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Uriel Moskwa murder: Stevan Newton jailed for affray

Stevan Newton Image copyright Northumbria Police
Image caption Newton previously admitted affray and possession of a blade

A man has been jailed after another man was stabbed to death in North Tyneside.

Uriel Moskwa, 43, of North King Street, North Shields, died in hospital after being found with a single stab wound at an address in Aldwych Drive on 27 September.

Stevan Newton, of Stanley Street, Wallsend, previously admitted affray and possession of a blade.

The 22-year-old was sentenced to 30 months in prison at Newcastle Crown Court.

Scott Jefferson, 22, was handed a life sentence in March for Mr Moskwa's murder and was told he must serve at least 20 years in prison.

Jamie Denley, 22, of Belford Terrace, North Shields, was handed an 11-month sentence, suspended for 24 months, after admitting affray and possession of a blade.

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