Two charged after reports of hare coursing


9th March 2017

Two men have been charged under the Hunting Act after they were arrested in Midville, near New Leake yesterday (Wednesday).

John Devine, 30, of Chaddesden, Derby, and Wayne Hitchcock, 33, also from Derby, were arrested on suspicion of hare coursing after police were called to the area at around 7am.

The men’s three dogs were safely transported to a kennel their vehicle also seized.

Both have today been charged with hunting a wild mammal with dogs under the Hunting Act 2004 and will appear before Boston Magistrates on 12 April 2017.

Both men have been restricted from entering the county until this time.

http://www.bostonstandard.co.uk/news/two-charged-after-reports-of-hare-coursing-1-7858646

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2 Replies to “Two charged after reports of hare coursing”

  1. Brilliant that the police have actually charged these scumbags but why on earth aren’t they as keen to charge the bloody hunters!

  2. Meanwhile lurcher brigade people [I use the word loosely] keep getting pulled by plod, which is good, but…

    Alan

    On 10 March 2017 at 11:25, NORTH WEST HUNT SABS wrote:

    > NWHSA posted: “9th March 2017 Two men have been charged under the Hunting > Act after they were arrested in Midville, near New Leake yesterday > (Wednesday). John Devine, 30, of Chaddesden, Derby, and Wayne Hitchcock, > 33, also from Derby, were arrested on suspicion of har” >

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