Two men have appeared in court in relation to the death of Amy-Rose Wilson, who was killed in a car chase in Falkirk. Wilson, originally from Newcastle and residing in Bo’ness, tragically lost her life in a collision on the B902 New Carron Road on July 29. She was driving a silver Vauxhall Vectra at the time and succumbed to her injuries at the scene.
One of the men, Andrew Gregoire, aged 27 and from Canvey Island in Essex, was apprehended in his hometown. His co-accused, 53-year-old Steven Hornsby, was arrested in London. Gregoire has been charged with various offenses including murder, attempted murder, assault, conspiracy, attempted robbery, carrying an offensive weapon, carrying a bladed weapon, and behaving in a threatening or abusive manner. Hornsby, on the other hand, is facing charges of conspiracy and attempt to defeat the ends of justice.
During their appearance at Falkirk Sheriff Court, neither Gregoire nor Hornsby entered a plea or declaration. Their next court appearance is scheduled within the next eight days.
– The collision involving Amy-Rose Wilson’s car was a result of a car chase.
– The identity and condition of the male passenger who was taken to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh have not been mentioned in the article.
– No details have been provided regarding the circumstances of the car chase or the events leading up to the collision.