Bassetlaw man among group of 24 people charged following football disorder

A Bassetlaw man is among 24 people who have been summoned to court in connection with disorder that followed a football match.

Monday, 29th March 2021, 8:41 am

The disorder broke out following a EFL Championship match between Sheffield Wednesday and Sheffield United at Hillsborough Stadium, on March 4, 2019.

Later that evening, at around 11.50pm, disorder broke out at the Bloo88 pub on West Street, in Sheffield city centre.

Several people required hospital treatment, with bottles and chairs also thrown.

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Considerable damage was caused to the pub.

An investigation was launched and following a significant amount of work to identify those responsible, 24 men have now been served court requisitions for violent disorder.

They include Carter Dobson, aged 24, of Blyth Road, Retford.

The other man charged are:

Dane Appleby, 31, of White Lane, Sheffield

Elian Appleby, 20, of White Lane, Sheffield

Loui Appleby, 28 of White Lane, Sheffield

Adam Birch, 33, of Hollybank Drive, Sheffield

Tom Cahill, 31, of Wooldale Gardens, Sheffield

Reece Ellis, 25, of Brook Green, Sheffield

Kieron Fairchild, 32, of Ravenscroft Avenue, Sheffield

Jack Hall, 28, of Smalldale Road, Sheffield

Harvey Hinkler, 20, of Alnwick Road, Sheffield

Julian Lawrence, 28 of Fleury Road, Sheffield

Joshua Moody, 29, of Birley Spa Lane, Sheffield

Thomas Mulgrew, 26, of Berry Holme Drive, Sheffield

Liam Musselwhite, 26, of Smalldale Road, Sheffield

Brad Nicholson, 22 of Herries Road, Sheffield

Christian Smith, 34, of Rose Hill Close, Sheffield

Aaron Swiffen, 29, of Peveril Close, Sheffield

Ryan Ward, 31, of Springwell Crescent, Sheffield

Callum Warsop, 25, of Gleadless Common, Sheffield

Reece Williams, 29, of Beaver Drive, Sheffield

Jake Williamson, 28, of Queen Street, Sheffield

Mark Foster, of Granby Way, Plymouth

Jack Morley, 28, of Maple Grove, Rotherham

Scott Parkin, 31, of Hallowes Rise, DronfieldAll 24 men are due to appear at Sheffield Magistrates’ Court in June.

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