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Two arrests follow 'threats to kill' in town centre disturbance

Two arrests follow 'threats to kill' in town centre disturbance
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Published 5 years ago | Updated 5 years ago
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Police have arrested two people following a disturbance in Selby town centre yesterday afternoon.

The incident has been confirmed by North Yorkshire Police who say its response units were dispatched to a property on Holmes Avenue, at round 3:15 pm.

Officers arrested a 37-year-old Selby woman on suspicion of intimidating a witness. She remains in police custody at this time.

The second arrest, a 25-year-old man from the York area, concerns allegations of affray, making threats to kill and intimidating a witness. He also remains in police custody.

Large numbers of police, including dog handlers, swarmed into the area around Micklegate, Finkle Street and The Quay, as police brought the incident under control.

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First published at 10:40 on Wednesday, July 5th, 2017.
Last updated at 15:16 on Wednesday, July 5th, 2017.