Gemma Stevens murder trial hears how Derbyshire man started fire after allegedly killing her

Gemma Stevens murder trial hears how Derbyshire man started fire after allegedly killing her
 

A killer set his girlfriend's Derbyshire home ablaze in a suspected attempt to cover his tracks after he had allegedly murdered her at the property, a court has heard.
Gary Andrew Tyson, 36, of Shirland Street, Chesterfield, allegedly stamped on Gemma Stevens' head at her home on Catherine Street, Brampton, before returning to the blood-spattered property and torching it, Stafford Crown Court heard.
Tyson, who admitted killing Gemma Stevens on the grounds of diminished responsibility but is denying murder, also allegedly recruited his cousin Jamie Philip Bray, 26, of Kingsclere Walk,... read more

 
9 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 46
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