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Man on trial for theft, possession of a knife and dangerous driving

A 30 year old Stow on the Wold man will stand jury trial later this year for alleged theft involving the possession of a knife and dangerous driving.

Simon Stanley of Sterling Close, Stow on the Wold pleaded not guilty at Gloucester crown court yesterday to threatening a man with a knife on 12th May this year, the theft of £30 from the same man on the same date and possession of a bladed article.

He also denied two dangerous driving offences involved a Vauxhall Corsa on the same date on the A429, A424 and Batsford Road in Moreton on the Marsh.

The court ruled that Stanley will stand trial at a date to be fixed. The trial is expected to last three days.

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