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Ilford man remanded in custody after being charged with attempted GBH

17:55 07 July 2014

An Ilford man has been remanded in custody in Bristol after being charged with attempted grievous bodily harm.

Marcus Robinson, 33, from Ilford, appeared at Bristol Magistrates’ Court last Wednesday following the incident in Bishopston in Bristol last Monday afternoon.

Avon and Somerset Police said Robinson had been charged with aggravated vehicle taking, attempted GBH, actual bodily harm, dangerous driving and driving with no insurance.

Magistrates remanded Robinson in custody to appear at Bristol Crown Court on Tuesday July 22.

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