Three Southampton men charged with variety of offences
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Three Southampton men have been charged with a variety of offences.
These relate to a two-vehicle collision on 27 June at 8pm in Shakespeare Road, Eastleigh, a robbery that took place shortly afterwards nearby involving a 16-year-old boy, and a stop we carried out on a motorcycle on 29 June on the M27 near junction 3 after 5.11pm.
Lloyd Baker, 18, from Westover Road, Southampton, has since been charged with:
-Three counts of dangerous driving
-Aggravated theft without consent of a motor vehicle
-Making off without payment
-Two counts of driving a vehicle with no licence
-Two counts of driving a vehicle with no insurance
Ben Dwyer, 21, from Pat Bear Close, Southampton, and Bradley Paddick, 18, from Sullivan Road, Southampton, were both charged with robbery.
The trio were remanded to appear at Southampton Magistrates’ Court on Friday (1 July), where they were further remanded to appear at Southampton Crown Court on 29 July.