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Saturday, 22 November 2014

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Carlisle man accused of affray while carrying hammer

A 44-year-old Carlisle man has appeared in court to face charges relating to a disturbance.

Paul Gibbons, from Trafalgar Street, Denton Holme, spoke only to confirm his name via video link at Carlisle Crown Court.

He did not enter a plea and faces a charge of affray while carrying a hammer, and breaching an antisocial behaviour order (Asbo).

His case was adjourned and he was remanded in custody with the next hearing set for October 6.

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