Blaby District Council have published an update for Residents regarding eight people who were arrested following the execution of a warrant in Blaby Road, Enderby in the early hours of Thursday morning.
The update says; “The eight men were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit violent disorder on April 10 in Aston Flamville. They were also arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit burglary and conspiracy to commit arson on April 14, relating to offences committed in Essex.
The latest information from the Police is that six Leicester men have been charged following the execution of the warrant.
Those charged, all of Blaby Road, Enderby, are:
- Christopher Collins, 24, has been charged with burglary dwelling and arson
- James Thompson, 23, has been charged with burglary dwelling, arson and affray
- Terence Maughan, 26, has been charged with burglary dwelling, arson and affray
- Thomas Maughan, 30, has been charged with burglary dwelling and arson and affray. He has also been charged with assault ABH
- Terence Simon Maughan, 51, has been charged with affray
- Simon Martin Maughan, 25, has been charged with affray
The affray charges and ABH charge relate to an incident in Aston Flamville, Leicestershire, on 10 April and the burglary charge and arson charges relate to an incident in Henham, Essex on 14 April.
All six people charged appeared at Leicester Magistrates’ Court today (15th May).
They have been further remanded to appear at Leicester Crown Court on 15th June.
A 36-year-old man and a 53-year-old man arrested on suspicion of violent disorder, conspiracy to commit burglary and conspiracy to commit arson have been released on police bail pending further enquiries.
Supt Slonecki from Leicestershire Police said:
“I am extremely proud of the leadership, hard work and long hours that our officers and staff from across the National Policing Area have come together and put into these investigations; I know that they will continue to work hard to ensure a successful outcome for the residents and businesses of Enderby”
Inspector Emma Maxwell from Leicestershire Police said:
“This has been an excellent team effort all the way through with colleagues from across our investigation departments, uniformed policing, specialist support teams and the local authority all working together”
Councillor Les Phillimore, Housing and Community Services Portfolio Holder said:
“On behalf of the Council I would like to thank local residents for their continued cooperation and to our colleagues in the Police for their support through our Community Safety Partnership. I would like to reassure residents and businesses that we will continue to work with partner agencies as part of our ongoing commitment to improve the quality of life for people in Enderby and the surrounding villages.”