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Men make no plea at Lincoln Crown Court over charges of dangerous driving, witness intimidation and conspiracy to commit burglary

 

Two men have appeared at Lincoln Crown Court on charges of dangerous driving, witness intimidation and conspiracy to commit burglary.

James Lee Pennell, 23, of Willow Court, Tattershall, and Warren Jonathan Platts, 22, of White Pitt Way, Swaby, spoke only to confirm their names during a preliminary hearing today (Friday).

It is alleged the conspiracy charges relate to an incident involving a former girlfriend of Platts at an address in Brookenby on December 10 and that the allegations of dangerous driving and witness intimidation relate to an incident in Louth on December 26.

No pleas were entered and both men will next appear at Lincoln Crown Court for a plea and case management hearing on June 7.

Both men were granted conditional bail and will have to remain at named addresses between 12noon and 10am every day where they will be electronically monitored.

They are also banned from entering Louth centre or Brookenby and from contacting witnesses and each other in any way.

 
 
 

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