Two men charged with biker's murder appear in court

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Two of the three men accused of murdering Ivybridge biker David Crawford appeared in court. 

Thomas Pawley, 32, from Heather Walk, Ivybridge, and Chad Brading, 36, of Wright Close, Devonport, appeared at Truro Crown Court on Tuesday morning, accused of the murder of 59-year-old David Crawford, from Ivybridge.

Both Pawley and Brading pleaded not guilty. A third man, Benjamin Parry, 42, of Wright Close, Devonport, pleaded not guilty at an earlier hearing. 

David Crawford, known locally as Mad Dog, died on the A38 at St Budeaux on Thursday, 12 May, after being separated from his Kawasaki motorbike. 

Both men were remanded on bail until trial on 7 November, 2022, before High Court judge Justice Neil Garnham. All three of the accused will appear together for the trial.

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