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Accused: Police rush at me in bar


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He had left Harrisons Tenantry and was in Broomefield, St Lucy, when he heard sirens “passing the top road”, said accused Kaeron Moore.

In fact, said Moore, he had left the area at “minutes after four” to take his girlfriend and children to Folkestone, St James, but was in Broomefield getting the vehicle repaired after hitting a sheep in the road.

Moore, who opted to remain in the dock for an unsworn statement, told the No. 3 Supreme Court that on the afternoon of September 30, 2018, he passed Andrea’s Bar which had a large crowd “all around the shop and inside”.

His girlfriend and two children arrived and said they were on their way to an event at Folkestone, St James. (HLE)

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