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Following a Thames Valley Police investigation, two men have been charged in connection with a hunting offence which took place in Cheddington in Buckinghamshire.
Maurice Smith, aged 31 of Bridge Wharf, Chertsey, Surrey, has been charged with criminal damage and hunting a wild mammal with dogs.
Noah Stanley, aged 21 of Shire Lane, Chalfont St Peter, has been charged with hunting a wild mammal with dogs.
It is in connection with an incident on 27 November at around 10.50pm in Cheddington, Mentmore when damage was caused to a field and a wild mammal was hunted with dogs.
Both Smith and Stanley are due to appear at High Wycombe Magistrates Court on 3 January 2020.