Three men charged with wounding with intent and burglary
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Three men from Nuneaton have been charged with wounding with intent and burglary following an incident on Church Road earlier this month.
Benjamin Lee-Lennox, 19 of Arbury Road, Darren Dembo-McGomigle, 19, of Eider Close, and Sam Stretton, 29, of Aberdeen Road have all been charged with Section 18 wounding with intent and burglary of a dwelling.
Dembo-McGomigle has also been charged with possession of a blade in a public place.
On 6 October, a property on Church Road was reportedly targeted by a group of males in a burglary.
The door was allegedly kicked through, and a games console, dog leads and bowls, trainers, and a designer handbag were reportedly taken from the address.
An altercation then allegedly took place outside of the address where various weapons were said to be seen, during which another male reportedly sustained an injury from a bladed weapon.
The events were reportedly captured on CCTV footage.
Dembo-McGomigle and Stretton will appear in Warwick Crown Court on 7 November. They have been remanded until their court date.
Lennox will be seen in Warwick Crown Court on 23 November.