Moray Two more men charged in connection with alleged Moray road brawl By Stephen Walsh September 29 2018, 6.30am Share Two more men charged in connection with alleged Moray road brawl Share via Facebook Twitter Whatsapp Messenger Linkedin Email Post link https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/moray/1574183/two-more-men-charged-in-connection-with-alleged-moray-road-brawl/ Copy Link Two more men have been charged following a major disturbance on a north-east road earlier this month. Four men have already been charged with attempted murder following the alleged skirmish on the A98 Buckie to Banff road at Cullen on Saturday, September 8. Now police have confirmed that two more men, aged 32 and 35, have been charged though the exact nature of the offences they are accused of has not been confirmed. They are due to appear in court at a later date. Several motorbikes and at least one car were involved in the collision that sparked the alleged fracas. Three people were taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary in the aftermath with serious but not life-threatening injuries. Ian Ewing, 42, Patrick Noble, 51, and Kyle Urquhart, 21, all of Aberdeen; and Ian Yeomans, 56, of Peterhead face five charges of assault to danger of life and attempted murder. Yeomans faces a further charge of possessing an item with a blade or point in a public place. They made no plea or declaration during the court hearing, which was held in private. No date has been set for their next appearance and all were released on bail.