Charges brought in Daisy Myring Murder enquiry

This morning, I asked Jo Hunt, Press Officer with West Midlands Police for a statement on the charges brought in the Daisy Myring murder investigation currently ongoing in Brownhills. Jo has very kindly obtained a statement for Brownhills Blog readers which I post in full below. I’d like to thank Jo for her effort, as today is her day off and she went well beyond the call of duty. I’d rather feature official press releases than possibly inaccurate stuff from the local and national press, and the co-operation of West Midlands Police is welcomed.


A WOMAN has been charged with the murder of 92-year-old Daisy Myring, who was found dead at her Brownhills home last month.

Detectives investigating Daisy’s murder arrested a 36-year-old woman in Norton Canes on Thursday morning (9 June) as part of their investigation.

The woman was subsequently charged with murder and will appear before Walsall Magistrates Court on 10 June.

Daisy Myring was found dead at her home on Albion Road on Tuesday 31 May. She was last seen alive at 8pm on 30 May and was found with her injuries at 7am on 31 May.

As part of the enquiry, police have arrested three people on suspicion of murder. The two other people, a 40-year-old man and a 32-year-old woman, both from Norton Canes, remain on police bail pending further enquiries.

Anyone with information should contact Force CID at Bloxwich on 0345 113 5000 or call Crimestoppers confidentially on 0800 555 111.


Sories online about this at The Birminham Mail, Express & Star and the BBC

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