Man faces trial over aggravated burglary and wounding
- Credit: Archant
A man has denied seriously injuring another man with intent to cause grievous bodily harm during an aggravated burglary.
Jimmy Roberts appeared at Ipswich Crown Court for a plea hearing on Tuesday.
The 38-year-old denied wounding a man in his 40s with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, possession of an offensive weapon and aggravated burglary in Suffolk Road, Sudbury, on the evening of Saturday, May 2.
Police said a man suffered a deep cut to the head and minor injuries to his legs.
Two men, aged 33 and 38, were arrested that evening.
You may also want to watch:
Roberts, of Grenville Road, Sudbury, was charged with three offences on May 4 and remanded in custody.
Judge David Goodin put the case on a ‘warned list’ for a trial to commence at any time during a two-week period from September 28.
- 1 Caravan owners furious after park suddenly blocks sales of properties
- 2 The Suffolk pub serving a gourmet Sunday lunch three days a week
- 3 Engineers repair water main which flooded A14 roundabout
- 4 Framlingham taxi driver lives double life as Chateau Diaries star
- 5 £1m renovation on Suffolk castle will change the appearance
- 6 Ipswich's Covid infection rate now the highest in England
- 7 'I'm very lucky' – Ipswich biker-chef lost arm and hand in A14 crash
- 8 Familiar faces galore, 'Chequebook FC' and the start of something big? - Town head to Portsmouth
- 9 Ipswich Town fan banned from Portman Road for racially abusing player
- 10 Revealed: The most popular names for babies born in Suffolk in 2020
A 33-year-old man arrested on suspicion of GBH in connection with the same incident is due to answer bail on August 2.