Pentraeth man in court accused of causing the death of cyclist

A 26-year-old man has appeared in court accused of causing the death of a cyclist by dangerous driving.

Gareth Morgan, of Pentraeth, Anglesey, is alleged to have caused the death of Robert Holmes, aged 36, while driving a VW Golf on the A5025 at Pentraeth last April.

Magistrates at Caernarfon granted unconditional bail until he appears before the town’s crown court on June 1.

North Wales Chronicle | Anglesey