Hampshire woman denies trying to kill husband

A woman whose husband was found by passers-by on a grass verge in Hampshire with serious head injuries has denied trying to murder him.

John Stickland, 73, was injured in West Common, Langley, on 18 May. Police have said it is thought he was hit by a car.

Sally Stickland, 72, of West Common, pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and causing grievous bodily harm with intent at Winchester Crown Court.

She was bailed to reappear at the same court for a hearing on 18 October.

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