Update: Thirteen people charged following rave at Twyford Wood, while investigations continue over actions of a further 26
Thirteen people have been charged with various offences relating to an illegal rave at Twyford Wood, near Corby Glen, at the weekend.
Lincolnshire Police, assisted by officers from forces across the East Midlands, policed the rave from when it began at around 11pm on Saturday. Officers closed the event down at around 9.15pm Sunday over safety concerns.
Those arrested are:
* Chelsea Rianne Harvey, 20, of Dereham, Norfolk, charged with dangerous driving and failing to stop
* Henry Spencer, 20, of Beccles, Suffolk, charged with possession of class B drugs
* Joe Vincent, 30, of Woodbridge, Suffolk, charged with driving offences and possession of drugs
* Daniel Richards, 24, of no fixed abode, charged with possession of class B drugs
* Max Peter Bennett, 20, of Lowestoft, Suffolk, charged with possession of drugs
* Jerone Kuiken, 40, of Milton Keynes, charged with possession of class A and B drugs
* Kevin Anthony Sparkes, 33, of Kennilworth, Warwickshire, charged with possession of class A and B drugs
* Robert Barrell, 34, of Bristol, charged with drink driving
* Nathan Ford, 30, of Bristol, charged with possession of class A drugs
* James Patrick Morgan, 21, of Bath, charged with possession of drugs with intent to supply
* Johan Rom, 34, of no fixed abode, charged with failure to comply
* Dimitri Jean Marie Menard, 37, of Hackney, London, charged with failure to comply with a direction to proceed
* Steven Vine, 34, of Aylesbury, Bucks, charged with making threats to commit criminal damage. He was remanded to court today (Tuesday).
A further six people aged between 16 and 27 years old were cautioned for possession of drugs, while 26 people were released on police bail to return to police stations across the county when further enquiries have been carried out. The offences under investigation include possession of drugs, organising a rave, failing to comply with a direction to proceed, violent disorder, driving offences, possession of an offensive weapon and assault.
Three people were released without charge and no further action will be taken against them.