Eight appear at Lincoln Crown Court over illegal rave in Dunsby

The disused farm buildings in Dunsby Drove near Bourne which were used for an illegal rave at the weekend ENGEMN00120140130131431
The disused farm buildings in Dunsby Drove near Bourne which were used for an illegal rave at the weekend ENGEMN00120140130131431
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Eight men have appeared before Lincoln Crown Court charged with causing a public nuisance after an illegal rave near Bourne.

The charges relate to an rave in Fen Road, Dunsby, on the night of January 25 this year

Kyle Perrot, 19, of Nursery Close, Long Sutton; Ashley Box, 20, of Daniels Crescent, Long Sutton; Sam Curtis, 22, of Gate House, Kings Lynn; Mark Payne, 37, of Washway Road, Holbeach; Liam Robinson, 21, of Park Lane, Long Sutton; Luke Onslow, 22, of Gedney Drove End, Spalding; Matthew Wilds, 21, of Alfred Avenue, Metheringham; and Joshua Lake, 21, of Baulkins Drove, Sutton St James, have all been charged with causing a public nuisance.

Perrot, Box and Lake have also been charged with possession of criminal property.

The men appeared at Lincoln Crown Court today (Wednesday) for a preliminary hearing. The case was adjourned for a plea and case management hearing at Lincoln Crown Court on March 6.

None of the men have yet entered a plea. They were all granted unconditional bail until their next court appearance.

The rave attracted more than 200 people and caused chaos for Dunsby residents, with thumping bass heard more than a mile away.