Police thank public for help in manhunt
POLICE have thanked the public who assisted them during a four-hour manhunt after a violent incident in East Devon.
The lengthy police investigation involving around 10 officers was sparked after five people descended on a disused farm near Honiton.
One man who was living at the farm sustained a broken jaw in the ensuing violence. Two men were threatened with a knife and a woman was assaulted.
Tyres of vehicles belonging to the occupants at the farm were slashed and windows were smashed. The incident occurred early afternoon on Tuesday, September 4, at Membury.
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Police were called at around 2pm and a four-hour man hunt ensued.
Sean Martyn, 37, and Liam O'Callaghan, 19, from Liverpool and Jason Farrar, 37, from Bridgwater, were charged with causing Grievous Bodily Harm.
A 17-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, also from Liverpool, was charged with possessing a knife.
And Emma Wilkes, 26, from Bridgwater, was charged with assault and causing Actual Bodily Harm.
All five were charged with affray.
All but Farrar were remanded in custody following a hearing at Exeter Magistrates Court on Thursday, September 6.
The five will next appear at Exeter Crown Court on September 21.