Doncaster man charged and remanded with multiple offences


Latest news in Yorkshire: Published March 07, 2019 12:37:42 PM

A Doncaster man has appeared in court today charged with attempted
murder in connection to an incident in the Conisbrough area earlier this

On 23 January, shots were fired towards the resident of a house in
Conisbrough after three offenders reportedly forced their way inside. No
one was injured.

Michael Swift, 26, of Staithes Walk, Denaby, was arrested on Monday by
officers from Doncaster’s Fortify Team and has since been charged with
attempted murder and attempt robbery in connection.

He has also been charged with criminal damage, possession of an
offensive weapon and stalking with violence in connection to two further
incidents last month.

Swift appeared before Doncaster Magistrates’ Court this morning
(Wednesday 6 March) and has been remanded into custody.


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