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Monday, 02 March 2015

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Carlisle man denies handling stolen motorbike

A man from Carlisle is to go on trial in June accused of dishonestly handling a stolen motorbike.

Harry Nicholson, 42, was arrested in November last year on suspicion of illegally riding the machine near his home in Sewell Road.

At Carlisle Crown Court today, he pleaded not guilty to handling the white Honda bike knowing it had been stolen and to driving it while disqualified.

He was remanded on bail and will go on trial in the week of June 23.

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