Cannabis burglary suspects to appear in court as crossbow double murder probe continues

By Dayna Farrington | Dudley | News | Published:

Two men will appear in court later this month after being charged with conspiracy to burgle by detectives investigating a double murder in the Black Country.

The police cordon on Pensnett Road, next to the house which was raided before the stabbings

Birmingham men Lewis Graver and Said Ammaid have been charged in relation to an alleged raid on a cannabis factory which happened shortly before two men were murdered in Brierley Hill last month.

Khuzaimah Douglas, 19, and Waseem Ramzan, 36, died after being shot with a crossbow in the aftermath of a raid on a house in Pensnett Road on February 20.

Graver, 21, from Primrose Hill, in Hall Green, and Ammaid, 23, of Runcorn Road, are charged with two counts of conspiracy to burgle.

Graver appeared at Wolverhampton Magistrates Court on Monday, while Ammaid appeared at Dudley Magistrates Court. Both were granted conditional bail and will appear at Wolverhampton Crown Court on March 31.

Father and son Saghawat Ramzan, 46, and Omar Ramzan, 23, who live on Pensnett Road, have been charged with two counts of murder.

Micah Evans and Bradley Knight were charged with conspiracy to burgle earlier this month over the same incident.

Dayna Farrington

By Dayna Farrington
Senior reporter based at Wolverhampton

Reporter for the Express & Star based at Wolverhampton.

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