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Three teens admit being involved in Workington affray

Carlisle Crown Court

[T]HREE teenagers have admitted being involved in a violent incident in Workington.

Liam Stephen Hanrahan, 18, was one of three young people to admit a single charge of affray at Carlisle Crown Court.

The others were two males, both aged 17.

The court heard their offending was committed on September 16 last year. It is said this occurred in the area of Navvies Bridge in Workington.

Judge Peter Davies adjourned the case, and ordered background reports on each of the three defendants to be prepared by the probation service.

Hanrahan, of Moorbanks Road, Workington, was bailed, as were the two other teens.

All three were told they are due to be sentenced at the crown court on Friday, July 28.

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