Cheltenham explosives case adjourned as judge seeks more information
A judge asked today for information on what would have happened if explosives kept by a man in his garage in Cheltenham had blown up.
Judge Jamie Tabor QC also asked at Gloucester crown court for an update on how the people of the neighbourhood now feel about the incident in May.
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The judge raised the queries when Martin Counsell, 52, appeared before him accused of making and keeping explosives in the garage in Buttermere Close.
The charge sheet against Counsell, of Brooklyn Road, has not been finalised by prosecutors.
Judge Tabor adjourned the case for one week to allow a psychiatric report to be written.
Sentencing will take place on July 16.