Julia James suspects that 21-year-old Callum Wheeler (Callum Wheeler) sticks out her tongue when she leaves the court after being accused of PCSO murder
Julia James, a suspect in the murder of PCSO, stuck out her tongue as she left the court in handcuffs today.
Callum Wheeler, 21, was arrested Friday night, about eight miles from where the two, their 53-year-old mother, were beaten to death in Snowdown, Kent.
He appeared in the Medway District Court in person today.
When he was taken out of the courtroom in handcuffs, the suspect poked his tongue.
He can be seen wearing grey sportswear as he is driving towards a prison car.
Wheeler spoke at the brief hearing only to confirm his name, date of birth and address.
He was remanded in prison to appear in Maidstone Criminal Court next Thursday.
Julia’s body was found in Akholt Wood, where she was walking the dog Toby on April 27th.
Assistant Chief Police Officer Tom Richards said today that it was a “very challenging” two weeks and confirmed that the police did not “actively” search for any further suspects.
He added: “I maintain all options. This is a big step forward in our investigation of arresting someone and a breakthrough.
He said: “At this stage, I don’t have any information to advise others to take part in this crime.
“We are not actively seeking further arrests.”
The police released a photo of a man “critical” to the investigation, who was found in the area the day after the body was found.
But Kent police later confirmed that they no longer sought information about him.
Last weekend, forensic doctors were found searching for houses in Aylesham because they deleted possible evidence.
An hour before Julia was killed on April 27, she took the usual dog route with Jack Russell Toby and left home.
The timetable made her worry that the two children might be followed before they were killed.
After the attack, her beloved dog was left on her body, which the police believed was random.
Assistant Chief Police Officer Richards (Richards) previously stated that the force could not rule out that the murderer was someone she met at work, a potential dogger, or a sexually motivated person.
Julia, who worked in the domestic violence department, died or was not on duty when she was wearing uniform.
The suspects offered a reward of £10,000 this week to hunt down the perpetrators because the police have stepped up their investigations.
When they “expanded” their search, they saw officers searching an old coal mine in Kent.
On Tuesday, during a road inspection in the area, nearly 450 cars were also stopped by the police.
As the murderer was still at large, the locals in the small village of Kent were frightened by the murder.
They are urged to be vigilant and pay attention to their surroundings because the police remain “open” to the attack.
Her tortured husband paid tribute to Julia with heartbreaking words under the photo of the two on the wedding day.
After the unfortunate death of his wife, 57-year-old Paul James changed his profile picture on social media to a photo of the couple’s love.
He also uses the “help us find #justiceforjulia” framework that many people use to spread awareness.
Mr. James commented below it: “I miss you so much that you fell in love with xxx”
Julia’s devastated family had previously paid tribute to the “loyal” mother and Gran.
They said in the statement: “There is nothing that can fully describe the blank space left in our lives by our mother after her death.
“She is so important to so many people: a wife, mother, daughter, nanny, sister and a friend.
“Mom is very loyal, she loves with all her heart, and there is not much trouble for the people she cares about.
“She has a beautiful smile and always smiles happily. She is inherently humorous and has a sense of humor.
“It is difficult to describe a person in a few words. It is impossible to describe a real person, but people who know her will know how friendly she is and how she brings so much fun and life to the room.
She said: “We feel her loss every moment of every day. She will miss her very much. As a family, we try to understand how to live our lives without her. This seems like an impossible task. .
“We want to thank everyone who has left flowers and blessings to others, and thank our friends, local communities and our police family for their love and support.
He said: “After meeting with the police, we are fully confident that they will do their best to find the person in charge. I urge anyone who may have any intelligence, no matter how small or insignificant, to contact the police.
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“You may be helping us get justice for Julia.”
Officials are keen to talk to anyone in the area on Monday or Tuesday, and they may have seen something unusual or suspicious.
Those with information should call Crimestoppers on 0800 0514526 or anonymously on 0800 555111.