Man appears in court charged with Bretton stabbing

Police attend stabbing scene  at the Bretton Centre EMN-150103-190550009

Police attend stabbing scene at the Bretton Centre EMN-150103-190550009

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A man has appeared at court charged with carrying out a stabbing in Bretton at the weekend.

Hayden Snart (19) of no fixed abode, appeared at Peterborough Magistrates Court in connection with the incident, which happened near the Fayre Spot pub at the Cresset on Saturday at about 10.30pm.

“You are sent to appear at Peterborough Crown Court on Thursday March 12. “You are remanded into custody until that hearing

Magistrate David Baron

A man, aged in his 30s, is still recovering in hospital.

Snart, dressed in an all grey tracksuit and clutching paperwork, spoke only to confirm his name and date of birth during the short hearing.

He is charged with wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, possession of class A drugs and a robbery dating back to February 9.

Snart did not enter a plea during the hearing, and Martin Newton, defending, said there was no bail application at the hearing.

Magistrate David Baron said “You are sent to appear at Peterborough Crown Court on Thursday March 12.

“You are remanded into custody until that hearing.”

As Snart was taken back to the cells at the Magistrates Court, supporters in the public gallery shouted ‘I love you’ to the teenager.