Plymouth neighbours told to keep the peace after confrontation
A MAN accused of violently confronting a neighbour has been bound over to keep the peace.
Felton Allen, aged 44, had been charged with affray near his Clowance Street home in Devonport on July 8. Neighbour Andrew Pope, aged 54, was also accused of the same offence.
Andrew Maitland, for the Crown Prosecution Service, told Plymouth Crown Court there were references in the case to a knife being produced. He added: "Whatever happens these two have got to learn to live together."
Mr Maitland offered no evidence on the affray matter against Allen. Recorder Francis Abbott recorded a not guilty plea and bound him over to keep the peace for two years in the sum of £250. Mr Maitland said Pope, who was not in court, had also been offered a bind-over.