Two more men charged with murder

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Two more men charged with murder

Police have charged two more men with murder following the A38 death of David Crawford.

Devon and Cornwall Police previously charged Benjamin Parry, 42, from Devonport, Plymouth, with the murder of Ivybridge resident David 'Mad Dog' Crawford, 59. He remains on remand awaiting trial.

Following an investigation into the death on the A38 at St Budeaux on the evening of Thursday 12 May, police have charged Thomas Pawley, aged 32, from Ivybridge, and Chad Brading, aged 36, from Plymouth, have both been charged with murder.


Both men are due to appear before Plymouth Magistrates’ Court on Friday 10 June.

For more information, our previous stories on this case, visit Man accused of murdering Ivybridge biker appears in court and Murder investigation launched following A38 death.  


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