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Four Charged With Murder After Death Of Camborne Man
5:54am 10th December 2014
(Updated 5:54am 10th December 2014)
Four people have been charged with the murder of a man in Camborne.
63 year old Terry Oldham was found dead at his home on Dolcoath Road back in April.
Two men and a woman from Falmouth, and another man from St Austell, appeared before Bodmin magistrates and were remanded in custody.
Aaron Mallen, 24, and Michelle Casterton, 43, both of Grenville Road, Falmouth, plus Daniel Quinn, 23, of Tregullow Road, Falmouth, and Richard Rosevear, 32, of Truro Road, St Austell, are jointly charged with murder between 28 March and 2 April this year.
The four are also charged with causing or allowing the death of a vulnerable person.5:54am 10th December 2014
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