Man pleads not guilty to crossbow murder in Wales
A man has denied murdering a retired lecturer who was shot with a crossbow bolt outside his home in North Wales.
Gerald Corrigan (74) was struck as he adjusted the satellite dish outside his house near South Stack Road in a remote part of Holyhead, Anglesey, at about 12.35am on April 19.
Terence Whall (39), of Bryngwran in Anglesey, pleaded not guilty to his murder at Mold Crown Court yesterday.
He also denied conspiracy to pervert the course of justice, as did his three co-defendants, Darren Jones (41), Martin Roberts (34) and Gavin Jones (36).
Judge Rhys Rowland remanded the men in custody ahead of the trial on January 14.