A man accused of murdering a man who was on a train with his teenage son has appeared in court.
Mr Pomeroy died on the 12:58 GMT train service between Guildford and London Waterloo which he and his son boarded at London Road station on Friday afternoon.
British Transport Police Assistant Chief Constable Sean O'Callaghan said detectives are confident with the arrests they have made.
But as soon after the train pulled out of the station an altercation broke out with another passenger and Mr. Pomeroy suffered a fatal knife injury.
He was an honourable man and would always help somebody who was in trouble.
Staines Magistrates' Court where Darren Shane Pencille will appear charged with the murder of Lee Pomeroy on a London-bound train.
Turning to the public gallery, which was packed with journalists, he said: "The people are making me paranoid".
Chelsea Mitchell, 27, also from Farnham, has also been charged with assisting an offender.
"He was an honest, bright person, who loved music very much".
Mr Pomeroy was travelling to London with his only son from their home in Guildford, when he got into a trivial row with another man.
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"He was a devoted family man and did everything for his family".
In a statement, the family portrayed him as loving father and husband.
The couple both worked for Datronix Systems Limited, an IT consultancy, where Mr Pomeroy is listed as a programmer and director.
He said the two men appeared to have been involved in an argument that escalated in the moments leading up to the killing.
One, who didn't want to be named, said: "It is utterly terrifying really, especially because he was with his poor child, his poor child was there".
The killer fled the train at Clandon station and headed in the direction of Dedswell Drive while the service continued to Horsley station where police and paramedics attended.