Teenager to stand trial over firearms offences involving Taser


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A teenager from Huntingdon is set to stand trial charged with firearms offences and intimidating witnesses.

Cambridgeshire police said that the boy, aged 15, had been charged with two firearms offences relating to a Taser weapon, causing actual bodily harm, three counts of witness intimidation and breach of a criminal behaviour order.

The boy was remanded into custody by a judge at Peterborough Crown Court yesterday (November 18) and a trial is due to take place in February.

A 25-year-old man, also from Huntingdon, has been charged with perverting the course of justice. He was also remanded into custody at the same court yesterday and will appear there again on Wednesday (November 25).

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