Teenager in court for East Tuddenham firearms offences
A teenager has appeared in court charged with firearms offences after an incident in a small Norfolk village.
Abdul Bailey, 19, of Station Road, Great Ryburgh, appeared at Norwich Magistrates' Court via a video link from Wymondham Police Investigation Centre today.
He was charged with possession of a firearm with intent to cause fear of violence and possession of a prohibited firearm following an incident at an address on Mattishall Road, East Tuddenham, on Friday.
Bailey wore a blue jumper during the 15 minute hearing and was represented by Gavin Cowe.
The prosecutor was Denise Holland and the proceedings were heard by District judge Nick Watson.
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Bailey was remanded in custody and will appear at Norwich Crown Court on Monday, February 6.
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