Teen Charged With Wolverhampton Murder

1 May 2015, 08:56 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50

West Midlands Police has told Capital a man has been charged with the murder of a music teacher in Wolverhampton.


19 year old Dylan Jackson is due to appear in court this morning. (Friday)

Dad of one Hermon 'Loius' Simpson - who was 47 - was found stabbed to death at his home nearly three weeks ago on April 13.

Unemployed Jackson of Crosby Close, Wolverhampton is accused of murder, possession of a firearm in a public place, offering to supply heroin and possession of cocaine.

Lead investigator Detective Inspector Warren Hines said: "Mr Simpson's family have been informed of this latest development. On behalf of West Midlands Police I extend my sympathies to them all those affected by his death."