Operation Festive – Rural crime – West Berkshire - amendment
Tuesday 18 December 2012, 3:58pm
Thames Valley Police has charged two men following Operation Festive in rural Berkshire overnight Sunday-Monday (16/12-17/12).
The operation involved 50 Thames Valley Police officers and over 20 volunteers from all areas of the local rural communities.
Details of those charged are as follows:
Michael Skyrme, aged 54, of Odette Gardens, Tadley, was charged with burglary non-dwelling. He was released on bail to Newbury Magistrates’ court and will appear on 09/01/2013.
Kevin Hunt, aged 25, of Dawlish Road, Reading was charged with driving a motor vehicle other than in accordance with a licence and without insurance. He was released on bail to appear at Newbury Magistrates’ Court on 09/01/2013.
During the operation the following two men were arrested by Thames Valley Police and subsequently charged by Wiltshire Police for offences committed under the same operation.
Scott Warburton, aged 24, of Cossington Road, Knowle, Bristol was charged by Wiltshire Police with an offence under the Game Licensing Act.
Garth Creese, aged 25, of Crediton Crescent, Knowle, Bristol was charged by Wiltshire Police with an offence under the Game Licensing Act and reported for having no Vehicle Excise License.
They have been released on bail and will appear at Salisbury Magistrates’ Court on 15/01/2013.