Emma Potter Obituary, Death – The resident of an apartment in Stroud who was present when the body of a woman was found has been charged with the woman’s murder after the body was found inside the apartment. Joe Rankin, age 33, of Langtoft Road, Stroud, was remanded in custody so that he could appear at Cheltenham Magistrates’ Court later on today. Rankin is charged with possessing a controlled substance and theft (Monday 14 November).
On November 4, around 4:15 p.m., officers arrived at the property on Chapel Street where they discovered the death of 40-year-old Emma Potter. Earlier in the day, a worried neighbor had reported that Emma Potter was missing. Emma Potter has been identified as the victim at this time. In spite of the fact that the death was first regarded as unexplained and mysterious, a murder investigation was opened as a consequence of the findings of a post-mortem examination. This occurred despite the fact that the findings of the post-mortem examination were discovered.
It is speculated that Emma’s dead body lay in the ground for a sizeable amount of time before it was discovered. The Major Crime Investigation Team is still interested in speaking with anyone who may have any relevant information that could aid them in their investigation, particularly anyone who may have known Emma. The Major Crime Investigation Team is particularly interested in speaking with anyone who may have known Emma.
Online tips can be provided to the police by filling out the following form at https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/contact/af/contact-us/us/a-crime-that-has-already-been-reported/ and specifying the incident number 310 that occurred on November 4: You can also provide the police with information by calling the department at the number that has been provided above. You can also contact the police by dialing the number 101, or you can provide information to Crimestoppers, an independent organisation that works to combat crime, by calling 0800 555 111 or visiting their website at https://crimestoppers-uk.org. You can also contact the police by dialing the number 101.