Plymouth carers deny ill-treatment of vulnerable man
TWO carers have appeared at the city's Crown Court to deny ill-treating a man with learning difficulties.
Marius Toma, aged 36, and 28-year-old Luke Tremaine both pleaded not guilty before a judge.
They deny being carers who ill-treated or neglected a city man in his 60s.
The pair both worked at Honeybourne House, a Manadon-based home for adults with learning difficulties.
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Toma, of Fraser Road in Tamerton Foliot, and Tremaine, from Glenavon Road in Peverell, allegedly jointly committed the offence between August and November last year, Plymouth Crown Court heard.
Judge Paul Darlow yesterday released both men on unconditional bail.
They must return to attend a trial, scheduled to last between two and four days, beginning on April 2 next year.