Wanted Chorley man arrested in Northern Ireland and charged with assault after Charnock Richard hotel attack

Kyle Jordan, 25, formerly of Derwent Road, Chorley, had been wanted by police after two women were assaulted at a hotel in Charnock Richard on January 2
Kyle Jordan, 25, formerly of Derwent Road, Chorley, had been wanted by police after two women were assaulted at a hotel in Charnock Richard on January 2

A man from Chorley has been arrested in Northern Ireland in connection with an assault on two women in a Charnock Richard hotel.

Kyle Jordan, 25, of no fixed address, had been wanted by police after a woman and a 17-year-old girl were attacked in a hotel lobby in January.

On January 29, a woman was pulled to the ground by her hair, before a teenage girl was allegedly punched in the head.

The teenager was taken to hospital after suffering a fractured eye socket and cheekbone.

Lancashire Police launched an appeal to find Jordan in February.

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After four months and a number of follow up appeals, Jordan was arrested in Northern Ireland on Tuesday (June 18).

He has since been transported to England where he was re-arrested in Preston on Wednesday (June 19).

He has been charged with inflicting grievous bodily harm without intent, assault, driving without a valid licence and driving without insurance.

Jordan was remanded to appear at Preston Magistrates’ Court on Thursday (June 20), where he indicated a not guilty plea to the assault offences.

He has been remanded to appear at Preston Crown Court on Tuesday, July 23.