violent disorder

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Synonyms for violent disorder

violently angry and destructive behavior


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A 17-year-old male was charged with violent disorder and possession of class B drugs and a 16-year-old male was charged with violent disorder.
Kurt Killick, 18, also of Croydon, was convicted of two counts of violent disorder but acquitted of causing grievous bodily harm with intent after 19 hours and 19 minutes of deliberations.
Lewis McMahon, 22, of Knightside Walk, Chapel Park, admitted violent disorder and was given 13 months suspended for two years with supervision.
25-year-old Jonathan Grimes of Vulcan Way in Thornaby, was also charged with violent disorder and two counts of threatening a person with an offensive weapon in a public place.
Police will also be able to direct a person to leave a designated area if they reasonably believe the person intends to commit affray or violent disorder.
In assessing harm, it is difficult to envisage a more serious case of violent disorder, given the consequences for Mr Dobbin and his family.
Mr Aarons, of Montagu Avenue, in Newcastle, has pleaded not guilty to violent disorder.
The other charges were: | A 13-year-old male has been charged with violent disorder and has been bailed to appear before court on November 22; | A 16-year-old male has been charged with breach of a Dispersal Order and violent disorder and has been bailed to appear before court on November 22.
They are two 13-year-old boys, who will appear before magistrates on November 22, both charged with violent disorder.
Hendrick, 24, who is originally from Kilmore in North Dublin, denies violent disorder at Harcourt Street in Dublin city centre on October 12, 2013.
Ford, 28, from Llanrumney, admitted violent disorder, wounding with intent and possession of an offensive weapon.
And the force said four other men arrested last Thursday on suspicion of violent disorder had also been bailed.
He had previously denied a charge of violent disorder but on the first day of his trial he pleaded guilty.
Tory MP Mike Weatherley, chairman of the all-party parliamentary group of retail crime, said: "There is a shocking attempt by some police authorities to rewrite history and say the riots were merely incidents of violent disorder.
His sentence included two 12-month sentences for violent disorder and burglary, to run concurrently.
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