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64Affray (brawl; Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
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What affray was that in which you bruised with a cudgel a little vicomte, Albert de Ramonchamp?
An UNFORTUNATE AFFRAY occurred in Clarke county (MO.
THIS UNFORTUNATE AFFRAY caused considerable excitement in the neighbourhood, as both the parties were men with large families depending upon them and stood well in the community.
Danielle Thompson, 34, of Dene House, in Walker, has been charged with affray and threats to kill and John Bell Saint, 35, also of Dene House, in Walker, has been charged with causing GBH with intent, affray and possession offensive weapon.
As a result of initial enquiries, a 32-year old man from the Wirral area was arrested on suspicion of affray and possession of an offensive weapon.
Chief Superintendent Simon Humphreys told Mold Crown Court said that Pughe was sent a warning letter on June 17 after the affray - that if he came to the notice of police again the certificate would be re-considered.
Hughes, who denies arson and affray, was joined in the dock by James Curry, 29, who denies a joint accusation of affray but pleaded guilty to common assault.
Beech, from John Street in Ballymena, Co Antrim, pleaded guilty to three counts - causing grievous bodily harm with intent to Mr Fleming, assaulting Mr McDaid causing him actual bodily harm and causing an affray on May 24, 2009.
Campbell had admitted a charge of affray and biting the assistant manager but denied punching Ms Stafford.
Affray was built in Birkenhead in the war years for long-range Pacific duty.
The defendants were sentenced as follows: Jeremy McDonald, 45, of Gramfield Road, Crosland Moor, violent disorder and affray - 26 months in prison, Neil Doyle, 31, of Wakefield Road, Huddersfield, violent disorder and affray - 18 months in prison.
N-Dubz rapper Dappy is facing a jail sentence after being found guilty of assault and affray for starting a fight at a petrol station after he was "disrespected" by two women.