Third Arrest Made in Falkirk Car Crash Case Involving Tragic Death of 27-Year-Old Woman

Third Arrest Made in Falkirk Car Crash Case Involving Tragic Death of 27-Year-Old Woman

In the wake of a tragic car crash that took the life of a 27-year-old woman, Amy Rose Wilson, a third individual has now been charged in connection with the incident.

The incident occurred on July 29th, around 6:10 pm, on Falkirk’s New Carron Road.

Amy Rose Wilson tragically lost her life at the scene of the two-vehicle collision.

New Developments

Law enforcement authorities have revealed that a 30-year-old man, who was apprehended in London, has been arrested and subsequently charged in relation to the death of Amy Rose Wilson.

His connection to the incident is now under scrutiny, and he is scheduled to appear before Falkirk Sheriff Court on Monday.

Court Appearances

In an earlier court appearance, two other individuals were brought before the legal system regarding their involvement in this heart-wrenching incident.

Andrew Gregoire, aged 27, was arrested in London.

He faced a battery of charges, including murder, attempted murder, conspiracy, and attempting to defeat the ends of justice.

During his court appearance, he refrained from entering a plea or making a declaration.

Steven Hornsby, aged 53, was another individual arrested in connection to the incident, this time in Essex.

Similar to Gregoire, Hornsby chose not to enter a plea or make a declaration.

He was charged with conspiracy and attempting to defeat the ends of justice.

Legal Proceedings

Both Andrew Gregoire and Steven Hornsby have been committed for further examination and remanded in custody.

The legal process is underway to ascertain their roles and culpability in this tragic car crash that claimed the life of Amy Rose Wilson.


This tragic incident in Falkirk has taken another turn with the arrest and charging of a third individual.

The circumstances surrounding the collision are becoming increasingly complex, with multiple individuals facing a range of serious charges.

As the legal proceedings unfold, the focus remains on seeking justice for Amy Rose Wilson and her grieving family, while the authorities work diligently to determine the extent of each suspect’s involvement.

The court appearances of Andrew Gregoire and Steven Hornsby signal the beginning of a legal process that will shed light on the details of this heartbreaking incident.

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