Kendal Calling: Three charged with drug offences
Three men have been charged with drug offences at a music festival at which an 18-year-old man died.
Christian Pay, 18, of Millom, Cumbria, died on 31 July following "substance abuse" at Kendal Calling.
Two men from Manchester, aged, 21 and 42, and a 21-year-old from Millom have been charged with drugs offences, Cumbria Police said.
They will appear before North Cumbria Magistrates' Court on 9 February.
- Michael Mountfort, aged 42, of Oak Drive, Denton, Manchester, is charged with conspiracy to supply a Class A controlled drug.
- Luke Nathan Fraser, aged 21, Oakfield Grove, Manchester, is charged with conspiracy to supply a Class A controlled drug and supplying a Class B controlled drug.
- Simon Chapman, aged 21, of Race Grove, Millom, is charged with conspiracy to supply a Class A controlled drug.
In total 14 people were treated in hospital after taking what police believe were at least three different types of tablet at the weekend event.