Two men have appeared at Boston Magistrates Court today (Wednesday) charged with aggravated burglary, attempted robbery and receiving stolen goods following an incident in Louth on Monday.
Damion David Clark, 29, of Littlecoates, Grimsby, and Christopher London, 25, of Watford Avenue, Grimsby, appeared in custody wearing identical blue jumpers, white shirts and black trousers.
Both men had short brown hair, and appeared clean shaven.
Clark was represented by Andrew Havery, of John Barkers Solicitors, while London was represented by Gary Bulbeck of Roy Foreman and Co Solicitors.
They were told all their chargers were to be dealt with at Lincoln Crown Court.
Prosecutor Marie Stace said: “Clearly it’s a matter that can’t be dealt with in this court.
“This is a serious offence aggravated robbery and attempted robbery on a gentlemen’s car and he received injury.
Christopher London had a slight smirk as the court discussed the case and the two shared a laugh at one point.
They were sent to Lincoln Crown Court, on Wednesday, July 10, for a preliminary hearing. No pleas were entered at this stage.
They were remanded in custody until that date.
As the pair were led out Clark asked his solicitor to go to his house on the way home to ‘tell Cheryl’.