Bradford Telegraph and ArgusKnives and affray case goes to trial (From Bradford Telegraph and Argus)

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Knives and affray case goes to trial

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Knives and affray case goes to trial Knives and affray case goes to trial

A 31-year-old man is to stand trial at Bradford Crown Court charged with five offences relating to an alleged violent incident in Keighley on January 3.

Grant Doyle, of Airedale View, Cross Hills, denies affray, attempting to cause grievous bodily harm, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, dangerous driving in an Audi A5 and having bladed articles – two knives – in North Street.

He will next appear before the court for a case management hearing on May 23.

Doyle’s three-day trial was set to begin on August 19.

Judge John Potter extended his bail until the next hearing.

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