Richard Sherratt death in Bridgnorth: Paramjit Singh admits murder

Richard Sherratt Richard Sherratt's body was found in Bridgnorth on 14 June

A 32-year-old has pleaded guilty to the murder of a man in Shropshire.

The body of Richard Sherratt, 57, was found at his flat in Old School Mews, Bridgnorth, on 14 June.

Paramjit Singh, 32, of Willmore Road, Perry Barr, Birmingham, admitted murder, robbery and dishonestly making false representation.

The judge at Stafford Crown Court adjourned the case for a pre-sentence report to be carried out. Singh was remanded in custody.

Emma Bate, 25, of Gladstone Street, Aston, Birmingham, pleaded not guilty to murder and guilty to charges of robbery and dishonestly making false representation.

Michael Smith, 51, of Horton Road, Tipton, West Midlands, did not have his plea taken to a charge of murder. He pleaded not guilty to charges of robbery and dishonestly making false representation.

They have been remanded in custody to appear at Stafford Crown Court on 7 January.

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