May 27, 2022

A third man has been arrested and charged after the death of a grandfather in Glasgow.

Brian Mele, 52, was found dead last week in his flat on Young Terrace in the Springburn area of ​​the city.


A man and a woman have been charged in connection with the death of Brian Mele.
Mr Mele was found dead in a Young Terrace flat in Springburn, Glasgow.


Mr Mele was found dead in a Young Terrace flat in Springburn, Glasgow.

Police had earlier confirmed that a 33-year-old man and a 45-year-old woman had been charged after his death.

Now, officials have confirmed that a third person, a 38-year-old man, was also charged.

He was arrested today after a police operation in Falkirk.

He is due to appear in Glasgow Sheriff’s Court tomorrow.

The two initial accused appeared in court today.

According to court documents, the couple repeatedly stabbed him in the head and body with a knife or similar device.

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Emergency personnel arrived at the residential street on February 8 at around 9.50 am after the alarm went off.

But Mr Mele could not be saved and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police began investigating the murder after his death.

Police cordoned off the area and officers patrolled the streets for several days – while CID and Forensic also attended the scene.

A Scotland Police spokesman said: “A third person has been arrested today in connection with the death of Brian Mele.

Mr Mele was found on Tuesday, February 8, 2022, in a flat in Young Terrace, Springburn.

Cumberland’s first photo was of a “stabbing victim” when police launched an investigation into the murder and arrested the schoolboy.

“After a police operation in Falkirk today, a 38-year-old man was arrested and charged with murder.

He is scheduled to appear in Glasgow Sheriff’s Court on Thursday, February 17, 2022.

A report will be submitted to Procurator Fiscal.

Earlier, Stuart Granger, Detective Chief Inspector of Scotland Police’s Major Investigation Team, thanked the community for their support in the investigation and offered his condolences to the family.

He said: “Our thoughts remain with Brian’s family at a time when it is becoming increasingly difficult for them.

“I would also like to thank the local community for their patience, help and support during our investigation and for those who came forward with the information.”

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