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Duo admit GBH charge after violence flares at Carlisle address

Carlisle Crown Court
Carlisle Crown Court

[A] MAN and a woman have admitted being involved in a violent incident at a house in Carlisle which left two people injured.

Mark Daniel Malloy, 23, and Keyleigh Wright, 31, appeared at the city’s crown court today (MON).

Each pleaded to a charge of aggravated burglary having entered an address at Bower Street in Raffles with intent to inflict grievous bodily harm. Michael Winder was named in court as the victim of Malloy’s crime, while Deborah Dixon was a victim in Wright’s offence.

Malloy, of Dalton Avenue, and Wright, of Raffles Avenue, both Carlisle, each also pleaded guilty to the possession of an offensive weapon – a hammer and bottle, respectively.

Malloy also admitted a charge of affray, as did a third defendant, Joseph Malloy, 26, of Brisco, near Carlisle.

Both Mr Winder and Ms Dixon were said to have been caused grievous bodily harm during an incident which occurred on April 1.

Sentence will be passed at the crown court next month. In the meantime Mark Malloy and Wright were remanded in custody, while Joseph Malloy was granted bail.

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