A man is to appear in court charged with the murders of two police officers in a gun and grenade attack.
PCs Nicola Hughes and Fiona Bone died during a bogus burglary call in Hattersley, Greater Manchester, on Tuesday.
Their deaths shocked the nation and have elicited an outpouring of sympathy across the country.
Dale Cregan, 29, is charged with their murders.
Cregan is also accused of killing Mark Short at the Cotton Tree Inn in Droylsden, Tameside, on May 25 and his father David in an attack at his home in Clayton, Manchester, on August 10.
Cregan also faces four charges of attempted murder, three in relation to the shooting in the Cotton Tree Inn on May 25.
Michael Belcher, Ryan Pridding and John Short suffered leg and back injuries when an armed assailant wearing a balaclava entered the pub and shot them.
David Short, 46, was found at his home in Folkestone Road East on August 10 after police were called there following reports of gunshots. A hand grenade was also used in that attack.
Less than ten minutes later, there was another grenade explosion outside a house in Luke Road in Droylsden. No-one was injured in that incident.
The fourth attempted murder charge relates to further incidents that day. Cregan is accused of trying to murder Sharon Hark.