A PENSIONER is in court accused of allowing a Worcester home to be used for dealing drugs while a teenager is up for arson with intent to endanger life.

Kenneth Wilson of Ombersley Street West, Droitwich, is due at Worcester Magistrates Court today on suspicion of serious drug offences.

The 66-year-old is charged with permitting a premises to be used for supply of cocaine and heroin at John Gwynne House in Newport Street, Worcester between April 2, 2014 and April 3, 2019.

Naomi Harris, 29, of Dent Close, Worcester, is charged with being concerned in the supply of cocaine and heroin between March 28, 2019 and April 3, 2019.

Also due up is Kieron Sheridan, 18, of Desjardins Way, Pershore charged with arson with intent to endanger life on June 18, 2019 said to have taken place at Forest Glade, Evesham.

At Worcester Crown Court a murder trial is expected to get underway at a Worcester court today following the death of a Redditch man last year.

Mohammed Hussain, 24, from Oakfield Drive, Rednal, Birmingham and Faisel Fiaz, 20, from Millsbro Road, Redditch have been charged with murder and conspiracy to commit robbery.

Police have also charged Adam Carpenter, 20, from Wharrington Hill, Redditch, with conspiring to commit robbery. The case will be heard by Judge James Burbidge QC, the Recorder of Worcester, who is the city's most senior judge.

Colton Bryan, 22, was killed at his home in Guinness Close, Headless Cross on July 15 last year.