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MetiNews.Com - More than 2,000 people attended an illegal rave on the brownfield site land earlier this month
Breaking News ! Another dispersal order has been issued for a large part of Carrington this weekend after up to 2,000 people attended an illegal rave earlier this month. Police say they believe a 'copycat event' is planned at the same brownfield site this weekend. The dispersal order - which comes into effect at 5.30pm on Friday (July 3) and will be enforced for 48 hours - gives police the power to move people out of the area. Anyone who refuses can be arrested. This is the second dispersal order that has been issued for the same area in Carrington since the illegal rave that took place on Saturday, June 13. A dispersal order has been issued for a large part of Carrington this weekend (Image: GMP) Up to 2,000 people attended the rave. Three people were stabbed and a woman was raped. In a post on the GMP Trafford North Facebook page, a police spokesperson said: "On Saturday 13th June 2020, 2000 people attended an illegal rave in Carrington. As a result, three people were seriously injured and a young women was the victim of a serious sexual assault. "Greater Manchester Police are in receipt of information that suggests a further copycat event is planned this weekend. Read More Related Articles Flasher exposes himself to women 14 times in one month Read More Related Articles Greater Manchester's coronavirus death toll has risen again "It’s really clear that attending an illegal rave is dangerous.
.34 Dispersal Order has been authorised and will apply from 5.30pm on Friday 3rd July 2020 until Sunday 5th July 2020.
People arriving to a rave in Carrington
"This order gives a Police Officer the power to direct any person to leave the area of Carrington as outlined by the map, and not return. Failure to comply could result in your arrest." Two men have been arrested in connection with the illegal rave on June 13. On June 23, police investigating the event arrested a 27-year-old man on suspicion of conspiracy to cause public nuisance and criminal damage. He has since been released on bail pending further enquiries.
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A 33-year-old man was also arrested and bailed on the same charges, as police seized sound, visual equipment and a laptop from a house in Salford. The Carrington rave was described as 'wild' by senior police - video footage showed youths fighting with machetes. Greater Manchester Police have since set up a dedicated policing operation to gather intelligence on any future planned raves.
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