Corby man accused of having carving knife in Rockingham Road remanded in custody
He is also charged with making a threat to kill
A Corby man accused of threatening to kill someone has made his first court appearance.
Ian Eric Connolly, 56, was arrested on Wednesday (June 3) in Rockingham Road after allegedly telling a police officer he intended to kill another man.
He is also accused of having a carving knife in his possession at the time of the incident.
He appeared before JPs in Northampton yesterday (Thursday, June 4).
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Connolly was denied bail and will be remanded in custody until his next appearance at Northampton Crown Court next month.