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A 28-year-old man from Birmingham has appeared in court charged with murdering a woman and her seven-month-old baby.
Williams, of Chells Grove, Billesley, was charged with the murders of 25-year-old Yvonne Walsh and her son Harrison.
Both victims, who died as a result of pressure to the neck, were found at their home in Chells Grove on June 2.
A man's been charged with murdering a mother and her baby son in Billesley in Birmingham. Wesley Williams will appear in court later accused of killling Yvonne Walsh and seven-month-old Harrison whose bodies were found at their home earlier this month.
Police investigating the murders of a Birmingham mother and her baby have today re-arrested a man in connection with the deaths.
Yvonne Walsh, 25, and her son Harrison Walsh, seven months, were found dead at an address in Chells Grove, Billesley on June 2. Both died as a result of pressure to the neck.
A 28-year-old-man was arrested on the same day and transferred to a secure facility following an assessment by mental health professionals.
Following a further assessment, the man has today been deemed fit for interview and has been taken into custody for questioning.
The father of a 7-month-old baby, who was killed along with his mother on Sunday, said on Facebook: "My heart is empty and angry".
It was revealed yesterday that 25-year-old Yvonne Walsh and baby Harry, who were found dead in their home in Billesley, died as a result of "pressure to the neck".
Wesley Williams, 28, has been arrested on suspicion of their murders. He remains in a secure mental health unit.
Harry's father, Ryan Watton, said:
"I'm so sad at the moment and can't put my feelings into words right now. I love you Yvonne and Harry. I will carry you in my heart".
A mum and her baby son found dead in their Billesley home on Sunday died as a result of "pressure to the neck" post mortem results have concluded.
Pathologists carried out examinations on the bodies of 25-year-old Yvonne Walsh and seven-month old Harry today and confirmed their cause of death.
Family, friends and neighbours have expressed shock after a mother and her nine month old baby were found dead at their Birmingham home in a quiet cul de sac. Tonight police say a man arrested on suspicion of murder has been deemed unfit to be interviewed.
Charlotte Grant reports.
Local residents have spoken to ITV News Central today about the death of a mother and her baby in Billesley, Birmingham.
The pair, believed to be 25-year-old Yvonne Walsh, and her son Harrison Walsh, were found dead at a house on Chells Grove yesterday.
A 28-year-old man arrested in the Sandwell area on suspicion of both murders is currently in a secure facility following an assessment by mental health professionals.
A 28-year-old man arrested in the Sandwell area on suspicion of both murders is currently in a secure facility following an assessment by mental health professionals. West Midlands Police say he is currently deemed unfit to be interviewed by officers at this stage. This is being constantly reviewed.
Forensic examinations of the house in Chells Grove are continuing this morning and investigations are ongoing. Local officers are providing reassurance patrols in the area.
A serious case review and a domestic homicide review are expected to take place.
West Midlands Police has informed the Independent Police Complaints Commission because it has had previous contact with the man in custody.Police are asking anyone who saw anything suspicious in the area late Saturday night or early Sunday morning to call 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.