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Nine in court over pub stabbings

PUBLISHED: 11:29 26 June 2008 | UPDATED: 10:17 12 August 2010

NINE men have been charged in connection with a pub brawl that saw five men stabbed. The men appeared at Bromley Magistrates Court this month to face charges relating to an incident in the Bird in Hand pub, Bickley on May 26. Paul Morgan, 31, of Lions C

NINE men have been charged in connection with a pub brawl that saw five men stabbed.

The men appeared at Bromley Magistrates Court this month to face charges relating to an incident in the Bird in Hand pub, Bickley on May 26.

Paul Morgan, 31, of Lions Close, Mottingham and Asad Ahmed, 27, of Harwood Avenue, Bromley appeared on June 9 charged with violent disorder and two counts of possessing an offensive weapon and violent disorder respectively.

Tyrone Seagar, 30, of Wellington Road, Bromley, Grant Debell, 31, of Nightingale Lane, Bromley and Bernard King, 47, of Beblets Close, Orpington appeared on June 6 charged with violent disorder.

Dean Bagnall, 43, of Faringdon Avenue, Bromley and Mark Ripley, 29 of Ashgrove Road, Bromley were charged at Bromley Magistrates on June 11 of violent disorder.

Andrew Owen, 28, of Southborough Lane, Bromley was charged last Tuesday and Christian Lordan, 32, of Shroffold Road, Downham was charged last Thursdaywith violent disorder. Morgan, Ahmed and Seagar were remanded in custody to appear again on July 7 at Bromley Magistrates Court and the remaining men were released on conditional bail to reappear on the same date.


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