Murder accused William Cummins to stand trial

Monday 19 November 2012 Updated: 20/11 15:38

THE TRIAL of a man charged with murdering a woman from Dines Green is due to start tomorrow (Tuesday).

William Cummins, 51 and of no fixed abode, will stand trial at Worcester Crown Court after being charged with the murder of Jacqueline Harrison in April this year.

Ms Harrison, who was 48, was found dead at her flat on Gresham Road on Thursday, April 12 .

She had suffered injuries from a serious assault.

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