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Father and son, 57 and 32, are alleged to have run man over four times

Father and son, 57 and 32, allegedly killed a man, 47, after dragging him out of his car in an Iceland carpark and running him over four times

  • Gary Ternent, 57, and son Bobby, 31, allegedly murdered John Alvers with a car  
  • Pair allegedly ran over Mr Alvers, 47, four times in Iceland car park in Dagenham
  • Paramedics at the scene on September 13 2020 were unable to save Mr Alvers

Gary Ternent, 57, and son Bobby, 31, allegedly murdered ‘loving’ family man John Alvers (pictured) in the Iceland carpark on Whalebone Lane, Dagenham, September 13

A father and son allegedly killed a man in an Iceland carpark by pulling him from his car and running him over four times.

Gary Ternent, 57, and son Bobby, 31, allegedly murdered John Alvers, 47, after dragging him from his car on September 13 of this year.

Police and paramedics raced to the scene in the Iceland car park on Whalebone Lane, Dagenham, but were unable to save Mr Avers.

The father and son appeared on video-link from HMP Pentonville wearing prison issue tracksuits today but did not formally enter any pleas to the murder allegation.

Remanding them into custody, Judge Mark Lucraft QC said: ‘This is a case were the deceased was the subject of violence, at first by Bobby Ternent, after he was dragged out of the car, falling to the ground.

‘All this was seen by Gary Ternent. Bobby Ternent drove over the prone body of the deceased in full view of Gary Ternent.

A general view of the Central Criminal Court also referred to as the Old Bailey, central London

A general view of the Central Criminal Court also referred to as the Old Bailey, central London

‘He is seen reversing over John Alvers and then driving over him again for a fourth time.’

Both Bobby, and Gary of Mover Lane, Barking, are charged with murder.

They were remanded in custody ahead of a plea and trial preparation hearing on 22 January next year.    

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