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News: Man named in court after firearms incident near Boston

Another Lincolnshire Highlights news story…

A man has been named and charged after residents were told to stay in their properties after an incident near Boston on Monday night.

Police told residents to stay indoors due to the incident at a house in New York which involved a firearm just before 6pm on Monday, September 9.

Now Robert Farrington, 65, of New York has been charged with possession of a firearm with intent to cause fear.

He appeared at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court today, Wednesday, September 11.

The case was adjourned and he was remanded to appear at Lincoln Crown Court for trial at a date to be fixed.

Farrington has been granted conditional bail in the mean time.


A police spokesman initially issued this statement: “Officers are currently dealing with an incident at a property in the Haven Bank area of New York, near Boston.

“We are advising residents to remain in their property as a precaution while we deal with this incident.

“This was reported to us at 5.50pm.”

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