Man arrested in Kenilworth as Cody Fisher nightclub murder investigation continues

By James Smith

7th Feb 2023 | Local News

Cody Fisher was killed at Crane nightclub, Digbeth on Boxing Day (Image via SWNS)
Cody Fisher was killed at Crane nightclub, Digbeth on Boxing Day (Image via SWNS)

A man has been arrested in Kenilworth on suspicion of affray as investigations into the Boxing Day death of Cody Fisher at a Birmingham nightclub continue.

Mr Fisher, 23, was killed at the Crane venue in Digbeth, Birmingham, on Boxing Day (26 December).

Three people have now been charged with his murder: Kami Carpenter, 21; Remy Gordon, 22; and Reegan Anderson, 18.

Police and paramedics scrambled to the warehouse-sized nightspot at 11.45pm but despite desperate attempts, he died 30 minutes later.

Today (February 7) a 19-year-old was arrested at an address in Kenilworth on suspicion of being involved in the violence that happened at the venue on the night.

Det Insp Michelle Thurgood said: "We continue to support Cody's family, and have made them aware of this latest development.

"My team is still really eager to hear from anyone who was in the club that night and who saw what happened."

The 3,500-people venue has since lost its license (Image via SWNS)

West Midlands Police Force has set up a dedicated web page here where you can send information, photos and videos directly to detectives.

The Crane lost its license last month over fears it posed "terrifying" risks to public safety.

Mr Fisher, a sports coach from Redditch, played for non-league Stratford Town.


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