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Monday, 02 March 2015

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Three men admit affray charge after violent incident

Three men have admitted being involved in a violent incident in Silloth which left another man with multiple injuries.

They all pleaded guilty to a charge of affray at Carlisle Crown Court today.

A charge of causing actual bodily harm to their victim - Ozer Sehzade - was dropped on the grounds that it was not clear which of them was responsible for his many injuries.

Prosecuting barrister Tim Evans said that the incident on July 20 last year had been "a rather confused state of affairs" and most of the evidence came from Mr Sehzade himself.

Before the court were Christopher Holliday, 31, of Fell Close, Silloth, Joshua William Ray, 19, of Wampool Street, Silloth and Martyn Marshall, 22, of no fixed address.

Holliday and Ray were allowed bail but Marshall was remanded in custody.

They will be sentenced on May 28 following the preparation of background reports.

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