Two charged with aggravated burglary, wounding and possession of an explosive device due to be sentenced on Monday, 11 March
March 8, 2013, 2:43 pm
A man and a boy charged with aggravated burglary, wounding and possession of an explosive device are due to be sentenced on Monday, 11 March at Sheffield Crown Court.
Charles Marshall and a 16-year-old boy, were arrested in November, 2011, after they attended a property in Wickersley, Rotherham where they attacked two men who were in the property at the time. The two men sustained serious injuries, including cuts to the head and body and one of the men suffered a ruptured spleen.
Police were called to the property where they found an improvised explosive device, which had been left at the scene. The police evacuated nearby properties as a precaution and the device was removed by the Army and sent away to be analysed.
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The two men were charged in July, 2012, and pleaded guilty to the offences in December, 2012. They are due to be sentenced on Monday.