Cambridge man faces trial over knife and race charges after Woolwich killing

A Cambridge man accused of brandishing a knife and making racial comments on a train in the wake of the Woolwich killing faces a trial.

David Scott Camp, 35, of Romsey Terrace, was today remanded on unconditional bail by Chelmsford magistrates to appear at Chelmsford Crown Court August 19. He is accused of affray, possessing a knife or bladed point and possessing cannabis on May 23.

Camp is accused of using or threatening to use unlawful violence towards other persons is said to have had a folding lock knife on board a train travelling between London and Harlow and of having the cannabis on the same occasion. No pleas were entered by Camp.

Cambridge News, 10 June 2013