Breaking: Men found guilty of Adam Fanelli murder

Adam Fanelli was laid to rest in Dunstable
Adam Fanelli was laid to rest in Dunstable

Two men have today been guilty of the murder of Dunstable father-of-three Adam Fanelli.

Jemma Price, aged 30, of no fixed abode, and Addy McAllister, aged 34, of Charlesworth Street, Bolsover, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, were both found guilty unanimously of one count of murder at Luton Crown Court following a three week trial.

On March 17 officers attended Nash Park in Winslow Road shortly after 9am, following a report from South Central Ambulance Service.

The body of Adam Fanelli, aged 31, was discovered deceased with head and facial injuries on a piece of waste land at the rear of the caravan site.

The defendants had been seen in a vehicle with Adam Fanelli during the previous day.

McAllister was arrested on 24 March and was charged with murder on 26 March.

Price was arrested on 31 March and was charged with the offence on 1 April.

Both will be sentenced this afternoon.