Man denies murder over Tipton park body

Police at Jubilee Park - archive image Mr Powell was pronounced dead in Jubilee Park after police and paramedics were called to the scene

A man has denied murdering a 58-year-old man who died after apparently being hit by a car in a public park.

Malcolm Parkes, 50, of Arthur Road, Tipton, will face trial accused of killing Terrence Powell, from Wednesbury.

Mr Powell was pronounced dead in Jubilee Park, Tipton, on 5 September.

A not guilty plea was entered at Wolverhampton Crown Court and a provisional trial date set for 4 March next year.

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