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Tuesday, 29 July 2014

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Three men in Carlisle court accused of disorder

Three men allegedly involved in a large scale disorder at a pub have appeared in court in Carlisle.

They were arrested after an incident which happened at the Gallagher’s Irish bar on St Nicholas Street, Carlisle in the early hours of November 15.

All three were accused of violent disorder and possessing offensive weapons when they appeared at Carlisle Magistrates’ Court yesterday.

John Sammon, 56, who gave his address as a flat at Gallagher’s bar allegedly had a pool cue, described in court as an offensive weapon.

Sean Tyrrell, 31, of Rashdall Road, Morton, Carlisle was said to be in possession of wooden sticks in a public place while Paul Mc Aleenan, 38, of Scalegate Road, Upperby, also Carlisle, is accused of possessing a hammer and wooden sticks.

None of the three entered pleas and the case was adjourned to Carlisle Crown Court, where the next hearing will be on May 27.

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