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Pictured: Anthony Mallon leaves Swansea Crown Court.<br />
Re: A long-running neighbourly dispute saw one man attack another with a JCB digger, Swansea Crown court has heard.<br />
The alleged victim was trapped against a wall by the earth-mover during the incident, and said he “feared for his life”.<br />
The Court heard the dispute between neighbours Bobby Vijay and Tony Mallon had rumbled on for more than a decade, with both parties making numerous calls to police in that time.<br />
The men owned neighbouring plots of land in Glanamman, Carmarthenshire and the conflict between the pair revolved around the issue of a right of way, the court heard.<br />
Mallon, 55, denies assault occasioning actual bodily harm, and a racially aggravated public order matter which relates to a separate incident between the men some 10 months later when he is said to have called Mr Vijay “a black boy”.
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Pictured: Anthony Mallon leaves Swansea Crown Court.
Re: A long-running neighbourly dispute saw one man attack another with a JCB digger, Swansea Crown court has heard.
The alleged victim was trapped against a wall by the earth-mover during the incident, and said he “feared for his life”.
The Court heard the dispute between neighbours Bobby Vijay and Tony Mallon had rumbled on for more than a decade, with both parties making numerous calls to police in that...
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