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Barrow rifle man accused in court

A BARROW man has been remanded in custody over alleged threats he made with an .22 air rifle.

Michael Crook, 45, of Ship Street, Barrow, is charged with causing Terry Jon to fear that unlawful violence would be caused against him on Tuesday June 3 in Ship Street.

Crook appeared at Furness Magistrates’ Court yesterday and was represented by Mr Mike Graham.

The case was sent to Preston Crown Court and Crook has been remanded in custody until Friday June 20.

No formal plea was taken as the case is being sent to crown court.


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Thanks to the police for responding so quickly and reasonably.

Posted by Leon Oldbury on 4 June 2014 at 13:10

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