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Court appearance for men accused of GBH during burglary in South Lynn

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Three men accused of causing grievous bodily harm to a man during a burglary in South Lynn have appeared in court.

Lee Newson was injured in the incident at a home in The Portway on November 2, 2019.

On Thursday, three of the four accused - Jack Dolan, 19, James Hudson, 25, and Tommy Jennings, 22 – appeared before Lynn Magistrates’ Court.

King's Lynn Magistrates' Court (57538507)
King's Lynn Magistrates' Court (57538507)

Dolan, of Charles Close, Dereham, and Jennings, formerly of North Way, North Lynn, and now of no fixed address, appeared in person.

Hudson, of Heigham Street, Norwich, appeared via video link from custody. The case was sent to Norwich Crown Court for a hearing on July 21.

A fourth man who, like the other defendants, is charged with aggravated burglary (with a knife) and grievous bodily harm with intent, did not appear as scheduled.

The court was told that 25-year-old Ronnie Dunne, of Drayton Road, Norwich, was in custody and a video link had not been arranged. This was rescheduled for July 14.

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