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RANGE ROVER MURDERS: Businessman in court charged with shooting two men dead in vehicle

A BUSINESSMAN today (October 5) appeared in court charged with the murders of two men whose bodies were found with gunshot wounds in a Range Rover.

Skip hire boss Jonathan Houseman, 32, (pictured above) was accused of killing Will Henry and Brian McIntosh, from Bartley Green in Birmingham, who were found dead in the vehicle found parked at the back of industrial units at Albion Works industrial estate in Moor Street in, Brierley Hill, Dudley, at about 3pm on Wednesday, September 30.

It is thought the victims were killed shortly after 1pm. 

MURDERED: Will Henry (left) and Brian McIntosh

Houseman of Quarry Park Road, Stourbridge, appeared at Birmingham Magistrates' Court today when the case was sent to crown court.

Mr Henry was the brother of MBE-winning Kinky Boots actor Matt Henry, 41, who has also appeared in Saturday Night Fever and Avenue Q and Mr ran a waste management firm in Birmingham called Mak Waste, about 11 miles away from Albion Works where the shooting took place.

Speaking only to confirm his name, address and date of birth, during a six-minute hearing, Houseman was remanded back into custody to appear before Birmingham Crown Court tomorrow (Tuesday, October 6).

Mr Henry and Mr McIntosh, both from Bartley Green in Birmingham, were found dead at the Albion Works industrial estate in Moor Street, Brierley Hill, at around 3pm last Wednesday.


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