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Man charged with administering poison to appear before crown court

A man is set to appear before a crown court judge after being charged with a string of offences including administering poison with intent to endanger life.

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Mohammed Kazim Khan is also accused of false imprisonment, three counts of serious assault, making threats to kill, causing criminal damage and burglary.

The 23-year-old, of Barrows Road, Birmingham, appeared before Birmingham Magistrates' Court on Wednesday for a first hearing.

He was remanded into custody ahead of an appearance at the city's crown court on May 1.

The charges come following a joint appeal by West Midlands Police and charity Crimestoppers to find a suspect wanted in connection with a number of offences committed in Birmingham on August 12 last year.

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