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Thursday, 02 October 2014

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Man charged with unlawful wounding facing trial at Carlisle court

A man is to go on trial in May accused of causing a serious injury to a man in Penrith.

Tony Peter Harrison, 26, had initially faced a charge of assaulting Chester Davidson by beating him in an incident on July 27.

But that charge was later replaced by the more serious one of causing Mr Davidson actual bodily harm.

And when he appeared at Carlisle Crown Court that in turn had been replaced by the still more serious one of unlawful wounding.

Harrison, of School Lane, Chapel House, Skelmersdale, pleaded not guilty to that charge.

He was remanded on bail to await his trial, which will take place over three days in the week of May 6.

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