The Trial of Four Teenagers Who have Denied Using Threatening Behaviour Has Been Adjourned

PUBLISHED: 16:01 12 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:11 04 May 2010

THE trial of four teenagers who have denied using threatening behaviour at the Young People s Project in Ely has been rescheduled. Annette Cochrane, 18, of St Mary s Street, Ely; David Leadbeater, 19, of Station Street, Chatteris; Kristal Micklethwaite, 1

THE trial of four teenagers who have denied using threatening behaviour at the Young People's Project in Ely has been rescheduled.

Annette Cochrane, 18, of St Mary's Street, Ely; David Leadbeater, 19, of Station Street, Chatteris; Kristal Micklethwaite, 19, of Morley Drive, Ely; and 18-year-old Dean McGran, of St Mary's Crescent, Basildon; are accused of putting Joshua Downham and Emily Lontay in fear of violence during an incident on June 18.

Their trial could not go ahead at the city courthouse on Thursday, and was set for March 18.


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