John Yates from Warrington has admitted the manslaughter of his wife but denied her murder and a trial was set for next year. The body of Barbara Yates was found in the boot of a car outside St Asaph police station in Denbighshire in July.
A 57-year-old man has appeared before magistrates in Llandudno charged with the murder of his wife, whose body was found in the boot of a car.
John Yates, from Warrington in Cheshire, is accused of killing his wife Barbara, who was 49. Her body was found in the boot of a car outside a police station in St Asaph, Denbighshire on Wednesday.
In court, Mr Yates spoke only to confirm his name, address and date of birth. He has been remanded in custody and will appear at Mold Crown Court on Monday.
57-year-old John Yates, from Warrington, has been charged with the murder of his wife Barbara Yates.
Ms Yates was found in the rear of a vehicle on July 18 in St Asaph.
Mr Yates has been remanded in custody and is due to appear before magistrates in Llandudno tomorrow morning.
Investigations by Cheshire Police and North Wales Police are said to be continuing.
North Wales Police have confirmed that the 57 year old Warrington man being questioned in connection with the death of a woman, also from the town, was married to the victim.
The body of the 49-year-old female victim was found in the boot of a car outside the police building.
The man was arrested on suspicion of murder and is currently in custody at St Asaph.
North Wales Police are continuing to question a man in St Asaph arrested on suspicion of murder.
Yesterday afternoon, they were given an extra thirty-six hours to question the man, who is from Cheshire, after he visited a police building on the St Asaph Business Park on Wednesday evening.
The body of a 49 year old woman, who police say was known to the suspect, was discovered in a car outside the building.