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19 May 2015, 10:09
Twelve men - including seven from Hertfordshire - have appeared in court charged with football related disorder.
It is in connection with disorder which occurred in Watford prior to, and after, the Watford FC v Bolton Wanderers football match in August 2014.
The men were arrested in August following the disorder which involved a large group of people in Market Street on Saturday, August 9th.
They attended a plea hearing at St Albans Crown Court on Wednesday (May 13) and the following men pleaded guilty to affray:
" Tommy Cochrane, aged 18 and of Heysham Drive, Watford
" Joseph Griffiths, aged 30 and of Theobald Street, Borehamwood
" Darren O'Brien, aged 24 and of On The Hill, Watford
" Jordan Johnson, aged 22 and of Jethro Street, Bolton
" Stuart Burton, aged 49 and of Freshfield Avenue, Bolton
The following men entered a not guilty plea and will stand trial on October 12:
" Jake Farquharson, aged 19 and of Russell Court, Bricket Wood
" Marcus Page, aged 20 and of The Mead, Watford
" Christopher Smith, aged 24 and of Milton Road, Radcliffe, Bury
" Phillip Hales, aged 41 and of Devon Close, Little Lever, Bolton
" Ryan Perry, aged 24 and of Church Road, Watford
" Ashley Lowe, aged 27 and of Homasson Close, Bolton
" Andrew Walter, aged 29 and of Langley Road, Watford
The men who pleaded guilty will be sentenced after the trial in October.