A MAN from Corwen will enter his pleas to three counts of attempted murder in relation to an incident in the town in May later this month.

Ryan Wyn Jones, 27, of Clawdd Poncen, who is also charged with possession of a bladed article, appeared at Mold Crown Court today (June 12).

No pleas were given, though, with Judge Rhys Rowlands adjourning the plea and trial preparation hearing until Friday, June 30 at 2pm.


Man in custody after incident of Denbighshire attempted murder

Man charged with attempted murder in Corwen

Jones was arrested on May 5 after police, including armed officers, were called at 2.35am that morning to reports of a domestic incident in the Clawdd Poncen area of Corwen.

Detectives investigating the matter then charged him on May 7.

He appeared in court today via videolink, having been remanded in custody since he was charged.

Prosecuting was Anna Pope, while Simon Killeen appeared as Jones' defence barrister.