Notts football fans charged with group fighting after violence
Seventeen man from Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire have been charged with violent disorder crimes.
The men, who are now named and come form across areas around Nottingham and Derby are each given one charge of affray - group fighting in a public place that disturbs the peace.
The men, all fans of either Nottingham Forest FC and Notts County FC, are alleged to have been involved in a group fight at The Major Oak pub in Pelham Street on Saturday March 19, after both their teams lost respective matche son the day.
They were arrested in an orchestrated operation of early morning raids in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire yesterday (Tuesday, May 10).
Jake Bramley, 27, of Valley Road, Carlton
Adam Claxton, 26, of Thurcroft Close, Derby
Dillon Connor, 22, of Hill Fields, South Normanton
Dallen Dakin, 19, of Dursley Close, Nottingham
Ross Dawson, 20, of Helston Drive, Nottingham
Darren Dennovellis, 27, of Potters Close, Nottingham
Andrew Fuller, 23, of The Beeches, Carlton
Reece Kelly, 22, of Greencroft, Nottingham
Callum McKenzie, 26, of Lingmell Close, West Bridgford
Charlie Miller, 19, of, 14 Odesa Drive, Cinderhill
Harry Nicholson, 20, of Cranston Avenue, Arnold
Callum Parchment, 22, of Burleigh Close, West Bridgford
Matthew Richmond,25, of Nottingham Road, Trowell
Michele Saragnese, 22, of East Crescent, Beeston
Craig Sisson, 23, of Honeywood Drive, Carlton
Ryan Wales, 20, of Maltby Close, Nottingham
Reece Warner, 23, of Medway Close, Chilwell