Two charged with wounding with intent after Haverfordwest pub attack
5:06pm Wednesday 11th June 2014 in News
TWO Haverfordwest men charged with wounding another man intending to cause him Grievous Bodily Harm (GBH) appeared before magistrates on Tuesday (June 10).
Oliver Lovell, 22, of Gerald Road and Scott Howard, 26, of Market Street, are jointly accused of unlawfully and maliciously wounding Scott Hill at the Three Crowns pub, Haverfordwest, on Sunday, June 8.
No pleas were entered at Haverfordwest Magistrates’ Court and the case was committed to Swansea Crown Court where Lovell and Howard will next appear before a judge on Friday, June 20.
They were granted bail on the condition that they live and sleep at their home addresses, are electronically tagged and do not go out between 7pm and 7am, that they do not contact each other nor any prosecution witnesses, and that they do not enter licensed premises. They must also report to the police station daily.