THIS week saw the prosecution evidence presented at the murder trial following the death of a Caia Park man last summer.

Bagnall, 42, stands accused of murdering 60-year-old Terry Edwards of Pont Wen in Caia Park.

The forklift truck driver is also charged with perverting the course of justice.

A trial began at the start of the month and is expected to last for up to four weeks.

Here’s a reminder of what went on during the week:


THE court heard from neighbours on the Pont Wen estate who recall the last moments they saw Terry Edwards alive.

The next-door neighbour who alerted police to Mr Edwards being missing for three days spoke – along with her husband and another nearby neighbour.

You can read more here.


FRIENDS of Mr Edwards also share their final memories of seeing him alive.

The jury also heard from Rebecca Price – who describes herself and Bagnall as ‘friends with benefits’.

The full story is here.


BAGNALL’S ex-partner took to the stand and gave evidence mid-week.


The court was told just how serious Mr Edwards injuries were as a pathologist labelled them as ‘un-survivable’.

The pathologist that investigated his death told of the significant head injuries he sustained – and what he believed caused them.

The full story is here.


FINALLY, the court heard from a telecommunications expert.

He has been able to pin down when and where Bagnall sent texts, received calls and used the internet after Mr Edwards was killed in his own bedroom.

Read what was said in court as it happened here.