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Four admit part in illegal rave in Dunsby

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Four men have admitted causing a public nuisance after police were called to an illegal rave.

They are Kyle Perrot, 19, of Nursery Close, Long Sutton; Ashley Box, 20, of Daniels Crescent, Long Sutton; Luke Onslow, 22, of Gedney Drove End; and Sam Curtis (22), of Gate House, King’s Lynn.

All four pleaded guilty to a charge of public nuisance when they appeared at Lincoln Crown Court on Friday.

The charge relates to an illegal rave in Dunsby, near Bourne, that allegedly attracted more than 200 people on January 25 last year.

Four other men denied the same charge and will go on trial at Lincoln Crown Court on August 24.

They are Mark Payne, 37, of Washway Road, Holbeach; Liam Robinson, 21, of Park Lane, Long Sutton; Joshua Lake, 21, of Baulkins Drove, Sutton St James; and Matthew Wilds, 21, of Alfred Avenue, Metheringham.

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