Father and son accused of breaking into Sidmouth home and attacking occupant appear in court

PUBLISHED: 12:23 12 April 2018 | UPDATED: 12:23 12 April 2018

Exeter Crown Court. Ref exeter crown court

Exeter Crown Court. Ref exeter crown court

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A father and son, accused of breaking into a Sidmouth house and attacking the occupant with a wooden pole and a metal bar, have appeared in court.

Alan Charlton, 40, and his son Connor, 19, both of Elizabeth Close, Whimple, pleaded not guilty to aggravated burglary when they appeared at Exeter Crown Court by video link from prison.

They are both accused of breaking into the home in High Meadow, Sidmouth, on March 12 this year and attacking him with weapons.

Recorder Mr Paul Dunkels, QC, adjourned their case for a trial on September 10.

Both men were remanded in custody.

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