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Jamie Dack bin murder trial: Three people found guilty

Three people have been found guilty of killing a homeless man in Southampton and burning his body in a bin.

Fire crews found the charred remains of Jamie Dack, 22, in an industrial bin on 8 April last year.

Ryan Woodmansey, 32, Andrew Dwyer-Skeats, 27, and Donna Chalk, 22, were all convicted of murder following a retrial at Winchester Crown Court.

A previous trial was halted when a fourth defendant, Lee Nicholls, 29, changed his plea to guilty.

Chalk, of Byron Road, Southampton, Dwyer-Skeats, of Bevois Mews, Southampton and Woodmansey, of no fixed abode, each admitted a charge of perverting the course of justice.

They are due to be sentenced along with Nicholls at Winchester Crown Court on Wednesday.

  • 21 Jun 2013