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A man is set to stand trial next after he pleaded not guilty at Lincoln Crown Court to murdering a woman.
The remains of 26-year-old Holly Bramley (latterly Metson) were discovered in Bassingham, near Lincoln, earlier this year.
Nicholas Metson, 28, of Shuttleworth House in Lincoln, denies her murder between 17 and 25 March 2023.
Josh Hancock, of Walnut Close in Waddington, denies conspiracy to pervert the course of justice by disposing of a body, and will stand trial alongside Mr Metson next month.
Mr Metson admitted conspiracy to pervert the course of justice by disposing of a body on 25 March.
Both men were remanded in custody and are expected to go on trial at Lincoln on 25 September.
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