Terry Oldham death: Four deny murder of vulnerable man

Terry Oldham
Image caption The four accused allegedly shared a house with Terry Oldham, 63

Three men and a woman have pleaded not guilty to the murder of a vulnerable man found dead at his home.

The four, who allegedly shared a house with the victim, Terry Oldham, 63, also denied a charge of allowing the death of a vulnerable adult.

His body was found at Dolcoath Road, Camborne, Cornwall, on 1 April 2014.

The pleas were taken before Judge Graham Cottle at Exeter Crown Court but the case is due to be tried before a jury at Truro Crown Court.

Aaron Mallon, 24, and Michelle Casterton, 43, both of Grenville Road, Falmouth, Daniel Quinn, 23, of Tregullow Road, Falmouth and Richard Rosevear, 32, of Truro Road, St Austell, all denied murder.

They all denied the second charge of causing or allowing the death of a vulnerable person while a member of the same household by failing to safeguard Mr Oldham from the foreseeable risk of physical harm.

A trial date was set for 12 October 2015 and all four defendants were remanded in custody.

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