Four charged in body in bin murder case

Written on:April 12, 2023
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Jamie Dack’s body was discovered on Sunday in the Empress Road Industrial Estate after firefighters went to tackle a fire. Investigators have charged Ryan Ian Woodmansey, 31, Andrew William Christopher Dwyer-Skeats, 25, Lee Matthew Nicholls, 28, and Donna Louise Chalk, 20, for the murder.

All the four people, now in custody, are due to appear at Southampton Magistrates’ Court today. Police investigating the case has charged the four suspects for killing Dack.

Jamie Dack

Charges of false imprisonment and conspiracy to rob Dack have also been filled against the four people. Dack’s body was found from Millbrook Road West by fire crews who were called to Dukes Road on the industrial estate at about 03:10 BST on Sunday.

According to reports, Woodmansey has no fixed abode, while Dwyer-Skeats is believed to be a resident of Earls Road, Southampton. Lee Nicholls is reported to have a dwelling at Southampton Street, Southampton, and Chalk’s address was given as Earls Road, Southampton.

Woodmansey, Dwyer-Skeats and Nicholls also face charges of causing dangerous bodily harm to Jamie Dack. Hampshire Police have reissued their call for witnesses of the incident to come forward.

“Jamie was a loving son and brother, well-liked by everyone, and he will be sadly missed. He was a good-natured young man who liked to chat and made friends easily and had a trusting nature”, said family of Dack.

“His whole family are devastated by his untimely death. He was a young man who should have had his whole life ahead of him. This has been cut abruptly short by whoever committed this horrendous crime”, they added.

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