Two Rugby men charged with 29 driving offences

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Two men from Rugby have been charged with 29 driving offences.

The two men were charged on Tuesday following incidents in Rugby between October 1 and October 25.

Benjamin Taylor Murray-Ross, aged 18 of Newland Street, Rugby, has been charged with four counts of dangerous driving, four counts of driving without insurance and four counts of driving otherwise in accordance with a licence.

He was also charged with one count of possession of a bladed article.

Jay Skinner, aged 18 of Knole Close, Rugby, has been charged with four counts of dangerous driving, six counts of driving without insurance, six counts of driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence and one count of driving without due care and attention.

He was also charged with one count of possession of a bladed article.

Skinner and Murray-Ross were arrested on October 25 following a number of reports of people riding around Rugby in a dangerous manner.

They will both appear at Warwickshire Magistrates Court on December 14.