Man, 20, sobs as he appears in court charged with murdering his mum after she's found dead with serious facial injuries | The Sun
A MAN sobbed as he appeared in court today charged with murdering his mum after she was found with serious facial injuries.
Suzanne Henry, 54, was discovered at the family home in Newcastle-under-Lyme on Monday morning.
Her son Finn Henry, 20, has now been charged with murder.
He appeared at North Staffordshire Justice Centre where he wept through most of the hearing.
Henry spoke only to confirm his name and date of birth and answer "yep" when told he would be remanded into custody.
As he left the court, he clasped his hands together and shouted, "Love you all" to his relatives, who embraced in the public gallery.
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Police were scrambled to the home just before 10am on Monday.
Suzanne was rushed to hospital with facial injuries but sadly couldn't be saved.
Detective Inspector Adrian Webb, from Staffordshire Police said: “My thoughts and condolences are with Suzanne’s family at this deeply traumatic time.
“I understand the state of shock, both in the family and the wider community, that such a tragic event has happened in the town of Madeley.
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“We are solely focused on securing justice for Suzanne’s family and making sure we do everything possible to support them through this incredibly difficult time.
“I’d like to thank all of those who have already been in touch with information and for the patience which has been shown around the cordon on Newcastle Road.
“There could still be people with valuable information that haven’t come forward yet and we’d urge those people to get in touch with us as soon as they can.”
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