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Friday, 29 May 2015

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Man in Carlisle court accused of wounding and GBH

A teenager has appeared before a judge at Carlisle Crown Court accused of seriously injuring two men in separate incidents earlier this month.

Nyle Brian Tomlinson, 19, is alleged to have bitten off part of Andrew Anderson's ear and caused an injury to Stephen Callaghan's eye socket.

Both incidents are said to have happened in Maryport on consecutive days in the second week of June.

Today, Tomlinson, of no fixed address, appeared in court via a video link from Durham Prison, where he is being held on remand.

He faces two charges - wounding with intent and inflicting grievous bodily harm - but did not enter pleas to either.

He will do that when he next appears in court on September 8.

If he pleads not guilty he will go on trial over five days in late November.

He was remanded in custody.

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