Carey Street


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Carey Street

(formerly) the street in which the London bankruptcy court was situated
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As part of the largest real estate sale in transportation history -- 220 total properties with an appraised value over $400 million -- Consolidated Freightways announced that it has rescheduled sale of its distribution facility located at 4601 Carey Street to the highest bidder, through a reserve auction process on February 19, 2004.
lThe Levy Board is heading towards Carey Street and will be bankrupt in two years if present trends continue.
MANCHESTER CITY found themselves in Carey street - and came up against a brick wall.
Larry Clack, aged 29, of Carey Street, Coventry, was freed after Judge Mark Eades upheld a submission made by Graeme Simpson that an allegation of conspiracy to burgle should not be allowed to go the jury.
That's 10,000 people and their dependents who will find themselves on Carey Street with an armful, most likely, of junk.
Amy Williams, 27, of Carey Street, Bell Green, Coventry, admitted benefit fraud.
Before the court were Larry Clack, 29, of Carey Street, and Mark Docherty, 31, of Milerton Road, both Coventry.
William Holliday, 56, of Carey Street, Bell Green, admitted failing to remove dog faeces from the street.
He is now due to stand trial with Larry George Junior Clack, aged 27, of Carey Street, Coventry, and 22-year-old James Bennett, of Kingsley Walk, Walsgrave on Sowe, who have also pleaded not guilty.
Robert Stevens, 37, of Carey Street, Bell Green, Coventry, failure to deliver registration document.
William Kelly, 24, of Carey Street, Courthouse Green, Coventry, two counts of breaching a suspended sentence, eight weeks' imprisonment.
Lee Wood, aged 26, of Carey Street, Bell Green, Coventry, two counts of being in possession of a bladed article in a public place, eight weeks imprisonment suspended for 12 months, ordered to perform 150 hours unpaid work, order made for forfeiture and destruction of bladed a rticle.