Man who allegedly shot and killed deer in Harold Hill appears at court charged with firearms offences

William Alldis at Barkingside Magistrates Court

William Alldis at Barkingside Magistrates Court - Credit: Archant

A 40-year-old who allegedly shot and killed a deer in Dagnam Park in Harold Hill made a first appearance at court today.

William Alldis at Barkingside Magistrates Court

William Alldis at Barkingside Magistrates Court - Credit: Archant

William Alldis, of Duck Lane, Epping, was heard to have been in The Manor, Dagnam Park on November 6 last year.

The 40-year-old was charged with discharging a firearm to the damage/danger of a person in a public place within the Metropolitan Police district, and possession of loaded/unloaded firearm with suitable ammunition in a public place.

William Alldis at Barkingside Magistrates Court

William Alldis at Barkingside Magistrates Court - Credit: Archant

However the court heard the first charge of discharging a firearm to the damage/danger of a person in a public place was discontinued.

Alldis gave no indication of plea, and was released on unconditional bail.

William Alldis at Barkingside Magistrates Court

William Alldis at Barkingside Magistrates Court - Credit: Archant


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He is set to appear at Snaresbrook Crown Court on Wednesday, March 20.

William Alldis at Barkingside Magistrates Court

William Alldis at Barkingside Magistrates Court - Credit: Archant

William Alldis at Barkingside Magistrates Court

William Alldis at Barkingside Magistrates Court - Credit: Archant

William Alldis at Barkingside Magistrates Court

William Alldis at Barkingside Magistrates Court - Credit: Archant

William Alldis at Barkingside Magistrates Court

William Alldis at Barkingside Magistrates Court - Credit: Archant

William Alldis at Barkingside Magistrates Court

William Alldis at Barkingside Magistrates Court - Credit: Archant

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