A second man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a school girl shot in a Nottingham Street.
Danielle was shot returning from an evening at the fair
Junior Andrews, 23 of no fixed address, is accused of killing 14-year-old Danielle Beccan in St Ann's as she walked home from the Goose Fair.
He was arrested on Monday. Another man, Mark Ontonio Kelly, 20, from Nottingham has previously appeared in court also charged with Danielle's murder.
Mr Andrews was remanded in custody to appear in court again on Friday.
No application for bail was made.
Both accused will reappear at Nottingham Crown Court on Friday via video link.
Danielle was shot in the stomach while walking with a group of friends in the early hours of 9 October.
Mr Kelly, from the Meadows area of Nottingham, was arrested by Metropolitan Police in London on 11 October. Mr Andrews was arrested in Aberdeen.
The city of Nottingham is to hold a minute's silence on Friday in honour of Danielle.
Trams, along with many shops, pubs and businesses will cease operations to remember the teenager.