Six face affray charges
SIX men are to appear at court next year following an alleged affray in a city takeaway.
The men were charged in connection with an incident at New York Express, in Notte Street, at around 12.30am on October 21.
One of the group, 36-year-old Ian Gibbons of Notte Street, Barbican, is also charged with a racially aggravated public order offence which is alleged to have taken place at the same venue on October 17. He faces a further charge of witness intimidation.
Patrick McShane, aged 28 of Granby Street, Devonport, is also charged with breach of an Antisocial Behaviour Order.
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Simon Light, aged 36 of Edith Avenue, Mount Gould; Stephen Collier, aged 46 of Abbotsbury Way, Ham; Christopher Hulme, aged 23 of Bircham View, Eggbuckland and Leslie Calver, aged 32 from Peacock Avenue, Torpoint – along with Gibbons and McShane face a joint affray charge.
All have been released on police bail, with the condition not to go into the takeaway. They are due to appear at Plymouth Magistrates Court on January 9.
Police say they are still keen to hear from witnesses outside the takeaway at the time of the alleged incident.