Man on Catherine Wells-Burr murder charge appears in court
A man appeared in court yesterday charged with the murder of a young Chard graduate whose body was found inside a burning car.
Tadevsz Dmytryszyn, 38, is charged with the murder of Catherine Wells-Burr, 23, whose remains were discovered beside the A358 at Ashill near Ilminster in September.
The Polish national spoke only to confirm his name and address during a hearing at Bristol Magistrates Court yesterday.
Bald Dmytryszyn, of Holway Avenue, Taunton spoke through an interpreter in the dock and was dressed in a navy hoodie and navy trousers.
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He was charged with murdering Miss Wells-Burr, together with her boyfriend Rafal Novak, 31, and Novak's ex-girlfriend Anna Julia Lagwinowicz, 32, at Ashill between September 9 and September 13 this year.
Miss Wells Burr died an "unnatural death" before her body was found burned in her red Ford Focus car at 6.10am on September 12.
No application for bail was made and Dymtryszyn was remanded in custody to appear at Bristol Crown Court on November 29.
Dmytryszym was told his case would be sent to Bristol Crown Court for them to deal with and he would be remanded in custody in the meantime.
Detectives charged Catherine's boyfriend Novak and Lagwinowicz with conspiracy to murder in October.
The trio, who are yet to enter pleas, have been remanded in custody until a provisional trial date in April 2013.