Jamie Dack death: Four appear over Southampton bin body

Four people accused of murdering a man whose burned body was found in an industrial bin in Southampton have been remanded in custody.

The body of Jamie Dack, 22, was found by firefighters at Empress Road Industrial Estate on 8 April.

Ryan Ian Woodmansey, 31, Andrew William Dwyer-Skeats, 25, Lee Matthew Nicholls, 28, and Donna Louise Chalk, 20, appeared at Winchester Crown Court.

They are due to appear in court again on 18 June.

Mr Woodmansey, of no fixed abode, Mr Dwyer-Skeats, of Earls Road, Southampton, Mr Nicholls, of Southampton Street, Southampton, and Ms Chalk, of Earls Road, Southampton, are charged with murder, false imprisonment and conspiracy to rob.

The three men are also accused of causing grievous bodily harm to Mr Dack.

A provisional trial date has been set for 8 October.

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