14/12/2006

Four charged over ammunition find

Four men have appeared at Belfast Magistrates Court later today charged in connection with serious crime in north Belfast.

John Scott, 18, of St James's Road, Christopher Notarantonio, 35, of Avoca Close, and Stephen Clarke, 28, of Etna Drive, all in Belfast, were charged with having a gun and bullets with intent to endanger life and conspiracy to assault.

The fourth man, John Patrick Clarke, 31, whose address was not given, was charged with the possession of ammunition with intent, as well as conspiracy to assault an unidentified person.

(EF)

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