Man admits football related violence in Huddersfield town centre

A CROSLAND Moor man has admitted he was involved in football-related violent disorder in Huddersfield.

A CROSLAND Moor man has admitted he was involved in football-related violent disorder in Huddersfield.

Jeremy Thomas McDonald, 45, of Gramfield Road, was due to stand trial at Leeds Crown Court yesterday but a guilty plea was entered.

The charge relates to widespread disorder in Huddersfield town centre on May 19.

McDonald is one of 26 who has appeared before the courts.

All those charged have now pleaded guilty.

Seven Huddersfield men, including McDonald, will now be sentenced at Leeds Crown Court on February 13.

 

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