Man denies Gerald Corrigan murder

Family photo: North Wales Police

A Bryngwran man has denied killing a retired lecturer who was shot with a crossbow outside his remote home.

Terence Whall (38) pleaded not guilty to the murder of Gerald Corrigan near Holyhead early on Good Friday.

Mr Corrigan was fixing a satellite dish outside his house when he was shot in the chest – he died from his injuries in hospital three weeks later.

Whall and three other men have also denied perverting the course of justice.

Martin Roberts (34) from Bangor, Darren Jones (41) from Penrhosgarnedd, and Gavin Jones (36) from Bangor, are accused of conspiring to torch a Land Rover Discovery linked to the alleged murder. It was later found burnt out near a quarry at Llanllechid.

All four men were remanded in custody and will stand trial at Mold Crown Court, due to start on Tuesday 14th January 2020. The trial is expected to run for up to five weeks.

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