UPDATED: MALES ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN ARMED WITH HARPOON AND CHAINSAW DURING OAKVALE INCIDENT

2 Isle of Wight men have appeared before the Isle of Wight Magistrates Court this lunchtime (Thursday) charged with possessing a harpoon and chainsaw during an incident in Oakfield earlier this week.

As previously reported by Island EchoPolice received reports at 22:57 on Monday 3rd May of a disturbance in the street at Oak Vale involving a group of 5 men.

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It is alleged that 25-year-old Cameron Wayne Baker and 27-year-old Connor Anthony Pattrick were part of the group that exited a vehicle armed with weapons – namely a harpoon and a chainsaw.

Mr Baker entered no plea for the offences of affray, possession of an offensive weapon (a harpoon), possession of an imitation firearm with intent to cause fear of violence and possession of Class A drugs.

Mr Pattrick also entered no plea for the offences of affray and possession of an offensive weapon (chainsaw), but pleaded guilty to possession of an electrical incapacitation device (stun gun) and failing to provide.

The case has been adjourned to the Isle of Wight Crown Court.

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Sunshine
Sunshine
1 month ago

The island, or anywhere doesn’t need dregs like this. Shame they couldn’t be ‘exported’ somewhere far, far away.

tracey
tracey
1 month ago

I am so glad to get out of that area scums in that area they are toxic down oakvale

Drugs cause mayhem.
Drugs cause mayhem.
1 month ago

This is extremely serious
Only a long custodial sentence is appropriate
Report all drug dealers and give the Police your support.
This behaviour and total disregard for the law and public safety is just not acceptable.
These weapons are both murder weapons and a stun gun is illegal and dangerous
These men are out of control.

Stu
Stu
1 month ago

Could have had a good reason being at the coast maybe he was going whaling.

The oracle
The oracle
1 month ago

Scum of the earth. Lengthy prison sentences required.

Ryde Reader
Ryde Reader
1 month ago

Sadly, the courts will not support the Police by giving harsh sentences that are deserved in cases like this. Ryde is truly becoming a horrible place to live.

Alfredo
Alfredo
Reply to  Ryde Reader
1 month ago

It goes on everywhere not just Ryde

Timmy
Timmy
1 month ago

Cameron Baker your not a gangsta, you live on tax payers money and you think having tattoos, jewellery and new trainers makes you untouchable, get a grip kid and be a dad instead of a joke

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