Suzanne Newton death: Husband charged with murder

Suzanne Newton Suzanne Bavette Newton's body was discovered at a house in Melksham on Sunday morning

The husband of a woman who was found dead at a house in Melksham, Wiltshire, has been charged with her murder.

Suzanne Bavette Newton, 45, was found dead in a house in the Bowerhill area of the town on Sunday.

Richard Newton, 51, of Barnes Wallis Close, was remanded by Salisbury magistrates ahead of a Bristol Crown Court hearing on Friday.

Ms Newton, a keen horse rider, was employed by a Calne-based recruitment agency.

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