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Bermudian charged with carrying a blade in UK

Charged: Mansfield Magistrates’ Court

A Bermudian in the UK has been charged with carrying a blade by a British court.

According to the Hucknall Dispatch, Troishun Walker, 30, was accused in Mansfield Magistrates’ Court of carrying a pocket knife and threatening violence near Station Road in Hucknall, a small town north of Nottingham.

The charges related to an incident that happened on July 27 last year, and no pleas have been entered.

Mr Walker was released on unconditional bail and is expected to appear before Nottingham Magistrates’ Court on August 25.

Another man, Frank Wanego, 24, from Cameroon, was also charged with threatening unlawful violence at the same location and date, and was similarly ordered to appear before the courts next month.

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