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Men in court over station brawl

Stonehaven railway station [Pic: Owen Dunn]
The brawl happened at Stonehaven railway station in May

Ten men have appeared in court over a brawl at Stonehaven railway station earlier this year.

The incident, which happened at the railway station in May, led to a major police appeal.

Four men from Aberdeen and six others from the Dundee area - all aged between 21 and 48 - appeared at Stonehaven Sheriff Court.

They all denied breaching the peace by fighting and are due to appear in court again later in the year.

The Aberdeen men were Neil Brown, 23, Damon Buckley, 21, Tony Cross, 22, and Mark Pirie, 26.

Bryan Burry, 44, Michael Malloch, 28, Daniel McBride, 47, John Middleton, 48, Robert Buchan, 26, and Steven Foley, 35, all of Dundee, also appeared.

The ten men are denied allegations that they caused damage to the train station.

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