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Three charged with playground murder

By Natasha Swift 18th January 2017

Three charged with playground murder
CRIME SCENE: Truro Road park, where the body of Stephen Bull was found

THREE men from Cosgarne Hall have appeared in court charged with stabbing another resident to death in a St Austell play park. Josh Buscombe, 24,  Daniel Altass, 22, and 21-year-old Jordan Bishop — all from the Truro Road hostel — are jointly charged with the murder of Stephen Bull, 31, who was found dead in Truro Road Par...

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