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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Cumbria Police are appealing for information following what is believed to be a large scale disorder in the early hours of Thursday 14th November in Carlisle.

Police attended an incident at 1.37am following reports of a disorder ongoing inside and outside Gallagher’s Irish Bar on St Nicholas Street in Carlisle.

Police have arrested four men who were arrested on suspicion of affray in the early hours of Thursday morning.

Those arrested included A 26 year old man from Rotherham who has been bailed until the 21st January 2014, A 31 year man from Carlisle has been bailed until the 20st January 2014, A 38 year old from Carlisle has been bailed until 20th January 2014 and a 56 year old man from Carlisle has been bailed until 20th January 2014.

Police have arrested a further five men on suspicion of affray these include  A 27 year old man from Carlisle has been bailed until the 24th January 2014, A 28 year old man from Manchester has been bailed until the 22nd January 2014, A 29 year old man from Rotherham has been bailed until the 21st January 2014,  A 39 year old man from Rotherham has been bailed until the 22nd January 2014 and A 55 year old man from Rotherham has been bailed until the 21st January 2014.

One of the victims was injured and taken to the Cumberland Infirmary with minor injuries.

Police are keen to speak to anybody who witnessed or was caught up in the fracas and are asked to contact Cumbria Police on 101 and ask to speak Carlisle CID on 101.

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