Hartlepool man due to stand trial over allegations of affray, damaging property and having a machete in public
A man is due to stand trial charged with a series of offences including having a machete in a Hartlepool street.
Damian Hadfield, 24, entered not guilty pleas at Teesside Crown Court to affray and damaging a woman’s window from May 6 of this year.
He also pleaded not guilty to damaging another woman’s door, affray and having a machete in Islay Grove on May 12.
Recorder Marco Giuliani set a trial date for September 27.
Hadfield, of Owton Manor Lane, Hartlepool, was remanded in custody.