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Two charged over Aylesbury assaults

The incident happened two days before Christmas, with three people injured.

Published by Dan Gooding at 9:04am 1st May 2020. (Updated at 9:08am 1st May 2020) 2-minute read.

Two charged over Aylesbury assaults

After two men and a woman were attacked two days before Christmas in Aylesbury, two men have been charged.

Two of the victims were left with cuts on their faces in the incident on Bicester Road.

Now a man from Aylesbury and another from Wycombe have been charged in connection with this.

What happened?

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The charges relate to an incident in Bicester Road in the early hours of 23 December 2019 when two men and a woman were assaulted.

One of the men suffered cuts to his face and the other man suffered cuts to the side of his head and a fractured elbow.

The woman suffered a graze above her lip and during the incident, vehicles and fencing were damaged.

Charges

Two men have been charged via postal requisition:

  • Stephen Hughes, aged 25, of Priory Crescent, Aylesbury, has been charged with Section 20 grievous bodily harm, possession of an offensive weapon and a breach of a restraining order.
  • Franklin Hughes, aged 31, of Station Close, Wycombe, has been charged with assault by beating, possession of an offensive weapon and actual bodily harm.

They have both been bailed to appear at Wycombe Magistrates’ Court on 25 May.

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