Court appearance over death of cyclist

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A motorist accused of causing the death of a 27-year-old cyclist by dangerous driving appeared before Lincoln Crown Court on Thursday.

Paul Walken (42), of Chapel Lane, Folkingham, was charged following the death of Timothy Osborn on September 14 last year.

During the hearing Walken spoke only to confirm his name and no plea was taken.

Judge Sean Morris granted him bail to appear back in court on 11 October.

Timothy Osborn, who lived in Pode Hole, failed to return home after setting off to cycle home from work. His body was found alongside the A151 Bourne Road, Spalding.