Trial date set for ex Cascade boss Caddick

February 1999
Cabinet Maker;02/19/99, Issue 5126, p2
Trade Publication
Reports that a trial date was set for Richard Caddick, the former partner of murdered Cascade Upholstery managing director, Stephen Sweeney, at Newcastle, England, on March 22, 1999. Charges against Caddick of two counts of false accounting at the company's parent Tonegate.


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