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Nile Ranger Arrested For Breaching Bail

Swindon Town bad boy Nile Ranger has been nicked for breaching his bail conditions according to The Chronicle Live website.

Northumbria Police told the newspaper, "A 22-year-old male was arrested in the early hours of Wednesday morning on suspicion of breach of bail conditions and is currently in police custody helping police with enquiries."

Part of his bail conditions state that Ranger must not enter the Northumbria Police force area whilst on bail.

He is set to appear in Newcastle Crown Court to face a charge of rape later on this year.




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Date:Wednesday February 12 2014

Time: 3:06PM

 

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