Saturday, 15 December 2018

I feared for my life as brother drove 4x4 at me

A MAN feared he would have been killed after his brother drove at him and narrowly avoided hitting him with his Mitsubishi Shogun, a court heard.

Steven Conway, 49, of Firs Cottage, Satwell, Rotherfield Greys, was found guilty of common assault not by beating on Thursday last week.

A trial at Oxford Magistrates’ Court heard that the father-of-three and his brother Harry co-owned Conway Farm in Satwell and had been involved in on-going legal dispute over its future for a “number of years” and their relationship was “strained” as a result.

Prosecutor Mark Moorcraft told the court that on October 16 last year just before 9am Harry Conway had been taking a wheelie bin down the driveway of the property to put out for collection.

He said: “As he approached the end of the driveway Mr Steven Conway arrived in his vehicle and was turning left from the main road into the driveway.

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