Another man charged after forest rave

AN 11th man has been charged in connection with an illegal rave in Suffolk.

AN 11th man has been charged in connection with an illegal rave in Suffolk.

The rave took place on July 15 in the King's Forest, North Stow, attracting 1,000 people.

Christopher Hood, 18, from Lowestoft, was today charged with violent disorder. Eight other men were earlier this week charged with the same offence, while two others face charges of conspiracy to organise an unlicensed event.

All of the 11 defendants will appear before Bury St Edmunds Magistrates on March 25.

More than 100 officers from Suffolk, Essex and Norfolk were involved in breaking up the rave.

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