Lucy Barham from Downham Market charged with causing death of Christopher Fuller from Three Holes by dangerous driving

PUBLISHED: 17:18 13 July 2017

King's Lynn Magistrates' Court. Picture: Ian Burt.

King's Lynn Magistrates' Court. Picture: Ian Burt.


A woman has appeared in court charged with causing the death of a 21-year-old man by dangerous driving.

Lucy Barham, 34, of Russell Close, Downham Market, has been charged with causing the death of Christopher Fuller.

Mr Fuller, who lived in Three Holes, near Wisbech, died on the A1122 Swaffham Road at Fincham, near Downham, on the evening of Thursday, September 8, 2016.

Barham appeared before King’s Lynn magistrates, who committed the case to crown court.

Jane Foster appeared for the prosecution and Natasha Baker for Barham’s defence during the five-minute hearing.

Barham was released on unconditional bail.

She will next appear at Norwich Crown Court on Thursday, August 10.

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