Teenager Admits Causing An Affray At New Year's Eve Party In Ely

TEENAGER Lee Statham has admitted causing an affray at a New Year s Eve party in Ely. But the 18-year-old is resisting an application for him to be issued with an anti-social behaviour order. Ely magistrates will hear the ASBO application on May 27, and S

TEENAGER Lee Statham has admitted causing an affray at a New Year's Eve party in Ely.

But the 18-year-old is resisting an application for him to be issued with an anti-social behaviour order.

Ely magistrates will hear the ASBO application on May 27, and Statham is due to be sentenced for the affray offence on July 1.

Bail conditions forbid him from attending a property in Ely, and contacting four witnesses.


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Nathan Griggs, 18, of Wheatsheaf Close, Ely, has denied causing an affray in the city on December 31 and magistrates gave him conditional bail until his trial on July 1.

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