Four charged after 'skulls taken in feud among travelling families'

The police cordon at Metal Bridge Cemetery in County Durham, where a police cordon has been in place since Saturday after a grave was disturbed.
The police cordon at Metal Bridge Cemetery in County Durham, where a police cordon has been in place since Saturday after a grave was disturbed.
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Four people have been charged in connection with an ongoing feud between members of the travelling community in the North East and South Yorkshire regions.

The men were arrested by North Yorkshire Police on Monday, 23 November then transferred to custody in the South Yorkshire police area and have subsequently been charged with conspiracy to commit GBH.

Three of the men, Craig Price, 37, John Watson, 28, and David Watson, 28 who are all from the Doncaster area have been remanded to appear before Sheffield Crown Court on December 22. John Stewart, 20, also from the Doncaster area will appear before Sheffield Crown Court this Friday, November 27

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