Four people have been sent for trial charged with offences at The Bar Room Bar in the Mail box in Birmingham on 6th April.
Thomas Andrew Cadby,51 of Hawker Drive, Castle Vale and Robert Martin Cadby,49, of Cadbury Drive, Castle Vale, and Russell Paul Broughton, 43, of no fixed abode have been charged with using or threatening unlawful violence, and possession of a weapon.
Ashley David Smyth, 18, of Blenheim Way, Castle Vale, has been charged with using or threatening unlawful violence. All four men have pleaded not guilty to the charges, and will appear at Birmingham Crown Court in July. All four have been remanded in custody.
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