Walsall man charged with tried homicide over automobile fireplace at Dudley petrol station

A Walsall man has been charged with tried homicide after a younger man was significantly

A Walsall man has been charged with tried homicide after a younger man was significantly injured in a automobile fireplace at a petroleum station in Dudley. The sufferer, aged 20, stays in a severe situation in hospital after the blaze on the forecourt of Texaco service station on Himley Street, Gornal Wooden, at round 7pm on Thursday, June 2.

Two males, each aged 30, have been arrested on suspicion of tried homicide after they each attended separate police stations within the West Midlands. On Saturday, June 11, Stephen Burden, 30, from Moxley, Walsall, was charged with tried homicide and he was remanded into police custody.

Burden appeared at Wolverhampton Magistrates’ Court docket yesterday (June 13) the place he was remanded in custody till a listening to at Wolverhampton Crown Court docket on July 11.

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The second man was questioned and launched on police bail, with circumstances, as police enquiries proceed.

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