Exmouth man accused of having a machete in public is denied bail
An Exmouth accused of possessing a homemade machete and kitchen knife in public has been denied bail.
Philip Foster, 54, of Exmouth, was arrested by officers at 12.45am on Sunday, March 10, at McDonalds in Salterton Road.
He was taken into police custody and charged with possessing an offensive weapon and a knife, in a public place.
He has been in police custody since the incident and was bailed until today, March 21, when applications were made to adjourn the case for committal and for bail.
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The next hearing is on April 4.
A spokesperson for the Commando Training Centre Royal Marines at Lympstone confirmed that police had informed camp staff about the details of the incident.