Nottingham men admit violence over petrol bomb attack

Eight people have admitted taking part in an outbreak of violence, which included the petrol bombing of a Nottingham police station.

Six men and two teenage boys pleaded guilty to involvement in violent disturbances on 9 August last year.

Curtis Dejean, 19, from Aspley and Reiss Wilson, 21, from Bestwood, admitted trying to set fire to Canning Circus police station.

Dejean also admitted a further charge of carrying petrol bombs.

Nine other men have denied taking part and are due to stand trial at Nottingham Crown Court on Wednesday.

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