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Man accused of illegal knife possession in Carlisle to sand trial

Margaret Creighton Gardens in Carlisle

A MAN accused of illegal knife possession in Carlisle has appeared in front of a judge.

Nathan Young faces one charge arising out of an incident on October 22.

It is alleged he was in possession with a Stanley knife, in public at Margaret Creighton Gardens in the city, “without good reason or lawful authority”.

When he appeared at Carlisle Crown Court, 30-year-old Young pleaded not guilty to the allegation.

Young, of Ferguson Road, Carlisle, is now due to stand trial in front of a jury.

This hearing is due to start at the crown court in the week of September 2.

In the meantime, Young was granted bail by Judge James Adkin.

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