Published: 14:17, 29 September 2021
| Updated: 14:17, 29 September 2021
Former Metropolitan Police officer Wayne Couzens 'arrested' Sarah Everard before murdering her, a court has been told.
The 48-year-old from Deal, who was a serving officer at the time, is being sentenced at the Old Bailey.
33-year-old Sarah disappeared while walking home in south London in March. Her body was found in woodland near Ashford a week later.
Couzens admitted kidnap, rape and murder and two previous hearings.
This is the first time detail about the killing has been revealed. Hear from our reporter Sean Axtell who is following the hearing.
Also in today's podcast, Insulate Britain protesters have been back out on the M25 at Swanley - despite an injunction meaning they could go to jail.
We have the latest on the lorry driver shortages affecting supplies of fuel to petrol stations in Kent.
Southeastern being stripped of its franchise has restarted a debate over whether the rail network should be re-nationalised - we have the results of a KentOnline Twitter poll.
And the Gillingham boss speaks following last night's win over Cambridge United which saw their goalkeeper hit with a coin thrown by a fan.