Three off-duty Plymouth bouncers guilty of assault
THREE off-duty bouncers have been convicted of attacking two working doormen at a Union Street club.
Dean Kellaway, aged 29, Luke Tasker, aged 26, and 36-year-old Daniel Tune had each denied assaulting the two men by beating them.
But they were all found guilty by Plymouth magistrates of attacking Gavin Rains and Patrick Stewart on July 25 last year.
They were convicted after a three-day retrial following the abandonment of the first hearing in April.
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The trial heard the trio assaulted Mr Rains and Mr Stewart as they worked on the door of Flares.
Kellaway and Tune, both of Channel Park Avenue in Efford and Tasker, of Kit Hill Crescent, Barne Barton, were released on bail to be sentenced tomorrow.