Women in court for affray and possessing machete

PUBLISHED: 16:19 02 January 2020 | UPDATED: 16:21 02 January 2020

Norwich Crown Court. Picture: Brittany Woodman

Norwich Crown Court. Picture: Brittany Woodman


Two women are set to appear in crown court charged with a string of offences.

Bethnee Storey, 20, has been charged with assaulting Sam Bliss, affray and possessing a machete in Millfleet, King's Lynn.

Lauren Wilson, 24, has been charged with theft of a £24.10 takeaway, affray and possessing a machete in Millfleet.

Lynn magistrates heard the offences are alleged to have taken place in the early hours of August 18 last year. They adjourned the case against Storey of Dingley Court, Peterborough and Wilson of Bridge Road, Sutton Bridge, to January 31, at Norwich Crown Court.

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