Nine people accused of hare coursing appeared in Lynn Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday.
The bench adjourned the case against the seven men and two boys, aged 14 and 15, for a pre-trial review on January 28. The boys cannot be named.
The trespass in pursuit of game charges relate to an incident at Ten Mile Bank on November 12.
No pleas were entered and they were released on unconditional bail.
Those facing charges are: Albert Ayres, 48, of Rudge Road Standerwick, Somerset; Samuel Beldom, 48, of Broadwater Close, Wraysbury, Staines; Michael Cole, 43, of Wigbeth, Horton, Dorset; Peter Barney, 27, and Shane Chapman, 23,both of Juniper Close, Three Legged Cross, Wimborne, Dorset;
Denny Loveridege, 33. of Mill Place Caravan Park, Datchet, Slough , and Mark Loveridge, 33, of Milton Close, Horton, Slough, also face participating in a hare coursing event charges.
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