Man charged with killing his wife and son at home
Monday 02 April 2012
The family of a mother and her young son killed in their home said they would be sadly missed.
Suzanne Jones, 34, and her two-year-old son, William, were found dead at their home in Glanmorfa Terrace, Porthmadog, Gwynedd, on Friday night. Ms Jones's husband – and William's father – David Wyn Jones, 42, has been charged with their murders, police said yesterday.
Neighbours said the couple also have two daughters, Antonia and Amy. Ms Jones's mother, Eileen Holt, said in a statement: "We will all miss Sue and Wil so much.
"Sue was a fantastic mum and daughter and Wil was a lovely little boy who will be sadly missed by us and his sisters.
"We are now concentrating on looking after our granddaughters and ask that our privacy is respected."
Mr Jones remains in custody before appearing at Caernarfon Crown Court today.
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