TWO men from Pershore are among those convicted with public order offences following a large disturbance in Worcester city centre in the summer.
The incident in the early hours of August 25, saw a brawl break out in Foregate Street and resulted in a police officer being assaulted by one of the group.
Four men were arrested and charged following the incident and three of the men pleaded guilty at Worcester Magistrates Court last Monday (December 1).
Samual Steele, 20, from Meadow Walk, Pershore pleaded guilty to a section four public order offence and was fined £200, £85 in costs and £20 victim surcharge.
Sion Roberts, 19, from Church Lane, Pershore pleaded guilty on the charge of racially aggravated public order and a section four public order.
He was fined £110 for the public order offence and ordered to attend an awareness programme for the racially aggravated public order as well as pay £85 in costs and a £60 victim surcharge.
Damien John Butcher, 21, from Langland Avenue, Malvern also pleaded guilty to a section four public order offence and was fined £165, £85 in costs and £20 victim surcharge.
A fourth man entered a not guilty plea and is due to appear at the same court on Friday (December 12).