FOUR young men have appeared in court over a catalogue of violence.

Appearing before Swindon Crown Court on Friday, Domenico Crossman, 20, of Mazurek Way, Haydon End, Kameran Muhid, 19, of Russ Avenue, Faringdon, and Khalindra Perera, 19, of Maxey Close, Shaw, pleaded guilty to an affray committed on July 6, 2019.

Jay Gaff, 18, of Markenfield, Toothill, admitted common assault and causing grievous bodily harm to a man in Swindon on December 21 last year.

Muhid pleaded guilty to common assault and causing actual bodily harm to the same man.

The Faringdon teenager also admitted breaching the terms of a suspended prison sentence imposed by Judge Jason Taylor QC in July for supplying class A drugs.

The case was adjourned for a hearing on Friday, October 30. The judge ordered that the police produce CCTV of the affray ahead of that hearing, so it could be viewed by the young men’s lawyers.

Gaff, who does not face an allegation of affray, will be sentenced on a date to be fixed.