Solihull 'CarJacked' Mormon Bishop Out Of Intensive Care

2 September 2015, 19:18

East of England Ambulance

A Solihull Mormon bishop who suffered severe head injuries in a car-jacking has been moved out of intensive care.

The condition of David Charmbury is continuing to improve and his condition is now described as stable, West Midlands Police said in a statement.

Mr Charmbury, 45, was placed in an induced coma after being dragged along by his own 4x4 outside a church in Chelmsley Wood, near Birmingham, on August 16.

Harley Hayes, 36, of Bluebell Drive, Chelmsley Wood has been charged with assault and taking a vehicle by force over the incident.

He is due to appear at Birmingham Crown Court on November 30.

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