Bridge Street “siege” accused to appear at crown court

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The man accused of last month’s Bridge Street “siege” is due to appear at Swansea crown court for the first time this morning (Friday).

Max Kayode Laurence Huntley, formerly of 11A Bridge Street, Hole in the Wall, is charged with committing affray on September 22nd and committing criminal damage, between September 11th and 22nd.

The charges follow a 26 hour stand-off between police and Huntley, who now lives in Dew Street, in Haverfordwest last September.

Huntley, who is bi polar and has Asperger’s, epilepsy and ADHD, is listed to appear in front of His Honour Judge Keith Thomas for a preliminary hearing today.

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