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11 Charged Over Kidnap and False Imprisonment

11 Charged Over Kidnap and False Imprisonment

Published by KLFM
6:35am 5th July 2013.

11 people have been charged with offences including kidnap, false imprisonment and assualt after arrests across West Norfolk yesterday.

The 5 women, 4 men, and 2 boys will face King's Lynn Magistrates for their first appearence this morning.

They are:

Violet Chilton, 56, of Rands Terrace, Dades Lane, St John's Fen End, charged with false imprisonment and assault.

Thomas Chilton, 28, Rands Terrace, Dades Lane, St John's Fen End, charged with kidnap, two incidents of assault and false imprisonment.

Jason Chilton, 26, of Rands Terrace, Dades Lane, St John's Fen End, charged with two incidents of assault and false imprisonment.

Laura Ann Dolan, 36, of Two Sisters Close, Sutton Bridge, charged with false imprisonment, attempted wounding with intent and kidnap.

Wayne Dolan, 35, of Walpole Marsh, Walpole St Andrew, charged with false imprisonment and attempted wounding with intent.

Edward James Dolan, 37, of Walpole Marsh, Walpole St Andrew, charged with kidnap, two counts of false imprisonment, attempted wounding with intent and assault.

Sheila Conboy, 55, of Walpole Marsh, Walpole St Andrew, charged with two counts of false imprisonment, assault and attempted wounding with intent.

Natalie Jayne Cooper, 22, of Bridge Road, Sutton Bridge, charged with false imprisonment.

Vanessa Frankham, 48, of Wisbech Road, Walpole St Andrew, charged with false imprisonment and assault.

A 17-year-old from the Wisbech area, charged with two counts of false imprisonment, attempted wounding with intent, kidnap and two incidents of assault.

A 17-year-old from the Sutton Bridge area, charged with kidnap.

We'll have the result of that apperence later.

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