Eleven charged after Suffolk rave

ELEVEN men have been charged by Suffolk police in connection with a rave in the county.

ELEVEN men have been charged by Suffolk police in connection with a rave in the county.

On Sunday, July 15, about 100 officers from Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex were involved in breaking up the rave, attended by about 1,000 people, at Ingham, near Bury St Edmunds.

Michael Hodges, 19, of Finborough Road, Stowmarket, and Joshua Barrington-Lee, 22, of Canterbury Close, Ipswich have been charged with conspiracy to organise an unauthorised licensable event.

Barrington-Lee has also been charged with possession of ecstasy, cocaine and ketamine.


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Meanwhile Peter Stokes, 29, of Ipswich Street, Bury St Edmunds, Stuart Brown, 24, of Bergh Apton, Norfolk, Adrian Rowbotham, 27, and Kirk Austin, 18, of King's Lynn, Norfolk, Wayne Saxton, 19, of Yaxley, Luke Parker, 25, of Brockford, Christopher Kerry, 23, of Roydon, Norfolk, Craig Kirtley, 23, of Verneuil Avenue, Stowmarket and Christopher Hood, 18, of The Hemplands in Lowestoft, were all charged with violent disorder.

A 17-year-old boy from Norwich has been rebailed back to Stowmarket Police Station.

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The charged men will now appear before magistrates in Bury St Edmunds on Tuesday, March 25.

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