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Woman in custody over bin death

Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons' body was found at a waste management site

A woman charged with the murder of a teenager whose body was found in a lorry of recycling waste has been remanded in custody.

The body of 17-year-old Nathan Lyons, from Birmingham, was found in south-east London on 13 May.

Amanda Alden, 29, of Catshill, Bromsgrove, appeared before Birmingham Crown Court on Thursday.

Her case has been adjourned until September. A man has also been charged with Mr Lyons' murder.

Scott Hancox, 34, of Fownhope Close, Redditch, will also appear before Worcester Crown Court in September.


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