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Thursday, 23 October 2014

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Three deny kidnapping Carlisle man

Three men have appeared in court today accused of kidnapping a 35-year-old man from his home in Carlisle.

They were charged with taking the man from Lediard Avenue and driving him to Birkenhead against his will.

The men, Christopher James Harris, 26, of New Ferry Road, Wirral, Merseyside, Malcolm Jones, 26, of Queens Road, Birkenhead and Luke Miller, 20, of Baytree Road, Rock Ferry, Birkenhead, all pleaded not guilty to the charge at Carlisle Crown Court.

Harris and Jones were remanded in custody. Miller was allowed bail.

They will go on trial on April 29.

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