Four Men Appear in Court to Deny Poaching in Witcham

PUBLISHED: 10:07 22 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:11 04 May 2010

FOUR men denied poaching in Witcham when they appeared in court this week. The men – all from south-east London – are accused of trespassing in pursuit of game at Swarm Haugh Closes, Witcham Farm, Witcham, on November 29. Alfred Harris, 27, and James Harr

FOUR men denied poaching in Witcham when they appeared in court this week.

The men - all from south-east London - are accused of trespassing in pursuit of game at Swarm Haugh Closes, Witcham Farm, Witcham, on November 29.

Alfred Harris, 27, and James Harris, both of Thistlebrook; Robert Harris, 23, of Mountjoy Close; and William Powell, 59, of Harold Wilson House, Arnott Close, had their case adjourned for a pre-trial review on February 18.

A fifth defendant, 23-year-old Billy Smith of Thistlebrook, failed to attend court and his case was also adjourned for four weeks.


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