Sinister Notes Revealed In Joss Stone 'Murder Plot'
One of the notes read "rob and kill Jocelyn, find a river to dump her"...
Further details have emerged in the Joss Stone 'murder plot' case, with reports suggesting police investigating the incident found notes in a ditched car, outlining plans to kill and burgle the UK soul singer.
According to The Metro, the notes allegedly read: "rob and kill Jocelyn, money in safe", with another stating: "find a river to dump her."
An additional note found in the battered red car - which was dumped by Joss' £500,000 home in Devon - is also said to have claimed: "find Joss Stone’s address on Google"
As well as the sinister notes, magistrates at a hearing held at Exeter Crown Court yesterday, also heard that police discovered a hoard of weapons in the vehicle, including a samurai sword, rope, knives, a body bag, a balaclava and detailed maps of Stone's estate.
The two men - Kevin Liverpool and Junior Bradshaw - have since been charged with conspiracy to commit robbery and grievous bodily harm and have been remanded in custody until their next appearance in court on 1st July.
Joss, who was not in the country at the time of the offence, released a statement earlier this week, insisting she is "absolutely fine and getting on with life as normal while the police continue their enquiries.”