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Whitehaven man charged with attempted murder appears in court

[A] MAN charged with attempted murder following an incident at a Whitehaven pub is to go on trial in the new year.

Tyrone Glaister, 51, appeared via a video link at Carlisle Crown Court earlier today (MON).

Glaister pleaded not guilty to two charges.

He denied both attempting to murder Mark John Crosby, and attempting to cause a wound to James Ian Colligan.

The charges follow an incident at the Three Tuns public house at Duke Street in the town on Saturday, 1st October.

During a 20-minute hearing in front of Judge Peter Davies, Glaister spoke only to confirm his name and to enter the two not guilty pleas.

A case timetable was agreed by the respective lawyers in the case. A trial, which is expected to last three days, is due to start on 27th March.

In the meantime Glaister, of Duke Street, Whitehaven, was remanded in custody.

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