Man wanted over pub affray.
FOUR people, including a serving soldier, have been charged with affray following an incident outside a public house near Hawarden in August of last year.
Defendant Jack Conn-Peers, 18, of Broadway, Connah's Quay, a serving soldier who is undergoing training, pleaded guilty to affray on a basis.
Jake Anthony Moody, 18, formerly of Old Chester Road, in Holywell, but currently serving a prison sentence, also admitted the affray charge following an incident outside The Crown and Liver Inn.
Their cases were adjourned for sentence until June 12.
Conn-Peers was bailed and Moody was remanded in custody.
They will be sentenced when the trial of a co-defendant has been completed.
Lewis Stenhouse, 18, of King's Road, in Connah's Quay, pleaded not guilty to affray and his case was adjourned for trial to June 7. He was bailed.
CCTV footage of the incident was played to magistrates who decided that the trial should be heard at the magistrates' court, rather than Crown Court. A fourth defendant did not turn up at Flintshire Magistrates' Court on Monday. A warrant was issued for the arrest of Ryan James Turner, 23, of Stepney Lane, in Newcastle.
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|Publication:||Chester Chronicle (Chester, England)|
|Date:||May 3, 2018|
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