More arrests over Millwall v Wigan FA Cup disorder

  • 27 April 2013
  • From the section London
Millwall supporters at Wembley Stadium
Image caption Fighting broke out among Millwall fans towards the end of the game

Four more men have been arrested in connection with the violence at Millwall's FA Cup semi-final match against Wigan Athletic at Wembley Stadium.

It brings the number of people arrested to 38 since the match on 13 April.

The four men, aged 42, 28, 28 and 20, surrendered themselves at police stations on Friday and were bailed pending further inquiries.

At the game, won by Wigan 2-0, Millwall fans attacked police and each other.

Image caption Police have issued this image of a man they still wish to speak to

Of the 38 arrested, most are accused of violent disorder. One man was arrested at his home on suspicion of theft of a police hat.

Four men have been charged since the police investigation began.

They are:

  • Richard Freeman, 53, of St Neots, Cambridgeshire, charged with breaching bail conditions.
  • Terance Cape, 43, of New Cross, south-east London, charged with racially aggravated threatening behaviour.
  • Dean West, 24, of Maidstone, Kent, charged with violent disorder.
  • Billy Phillips, 27, of Erith, south-east London, charged with violent disorder and possession of a Class B drug with intent to supply.

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