Joss Stone: Chilling Details of Murder Plot Revealed
The two suspects remain in custody and will face trial in July.
LONDON -- Two men were remained in custody Thursday on suspicion of attempting to rob and attack singer Joss Stone, as more details emerged about what appeared to be a chilling pre-meditated attack intended on the singer in her British home.
Police found handwritten notes in a vehicle used by the men which said "rob and kill, money in the safe, Joscelyn rob," in addition to a Samurai sword, knives, a hammer, a body bag, gloves and balaclavas. A separate note said: "find a river to dump her in."
The men, who will return to court to face trial on July 1, were named in court as Junior Bradshaw, 31, and Kevin Liverpool, 30, both from Manchester.
Stone, the British-born soul singer who won fame with Introducing Joss Stone, is not thought to have been at the house when the attack was planned. She has said through her agent that she is "absolutely fine and getting on with life as normal."