Two charged following Exeter robbery and collision
One man held in remanded for trial
Police were called at around 9:30pm on Tuesday 2nd October following reports of a Fiat Punto driving erratically and colliding with another vehicle on Queen Street, Exeter before coming to a halt.
Two men fled the area and were soon arrested near St David's Church.
Police have now charged two men in connection to this incident.
Michael Keogh aged 29 from Rochester Road, Northampton has been charged with failure to provide a specimen for analysis as a vehicle driver; robbery; attempted robbery; driving without the correct insurance and failure to stop after a road accident.
Nathan Pitt aged 29, whose address is currently unknown, has been charged with using threatening words or behaviour likely to cause alarm or distress; robbery; attempted robbery and assault by beating.
Both men have appeared at Exeter Magistrates Court on Thursday 4th October.
Keogh has been released on court bail and Pitt held in remand at Her Majesties Prison.
The next hearing with be at Exeter Crown Court on the 1st of December.
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