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Woman pleads not guilty to Chelmsley Wood stab murder

Philip Rolph Image copyright West Midlands Police
Image caption Philip Rolph was described as "loving and generous" by his family

A woman has denied the murder of a man who died after being found injured in a car.

Georgina Henshaw, 35, entered a not guilty plea to killing Philip Rolph at Birmingham Crown Court.

Mr Rolph, 65, a chef and a grandfather, died on 7 July after being found in a car in Alder Drive. Police had been called out to reports of a stabbing.

Ms Henshaw of Alder Drive, Chelmsley Wood, Solihull, has been remanded into custody until her trial on 2 January.

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In a tribute issued shortly after Mr Rolph's death, his family described him as a caring, helpful, kind, loving and generous family man "who loved his life and his work".

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