British Police to further investigate Bristol incident

 . Last updated on October 17, 2017, 2:22 PM
British Police to further investigate Bristol incident
Ben Stokes could fall into further trouble if he faces criminal charges.

Ben Stokes is entangled with the repercussions of the Bristol incident. The player might not be considered for the Ashes series. Apart from this, a bigger woe unfolded for the allrounder. Lately, England Police summoned two more persons to investigate the case. These two people are believed to be the key witnesses. It is also reported that Bristol police has been in contact with the persons since before. They were trying to make them assist in the investigation. Per a police officer, the two men could be the key witnesses to the disorder. The officer also added that these witnesses left Mbargo, the night club on Triangle West walking to Queens Road.

Per reports there were also voluntary participation in interviews. Cricketer Alex Hales also came up for a voluntary interview just on the next morning after the incident. Also, Stokes said, he will offer a full explanation of the incident, as reported by his representative. The allrounder cricketer also married recently. He could face a criminal charge due to the Bristol incident, would bar him from touring with the team. It is almost apparent that the player will not travel with the team to Australia. Still, the player is named among the squad selected for the Ashes tour.

Ben Stokes was captured on a CCTV camera beating up two persons in front of a Night Club in Bristol. The player was suspended immediately from the ongoing series with West Indies. ECB has not considered the player for selection even if he is not dropped from the Ashes squad. Lately, Stokes also lost his endorsement contract with New Balance due to the controversy. Ben Stokes was through a strong form in his game contributing equally to both batting and bowling. The current condition of the player might bring a hazard to his cricketing career. This also impact team England equally.


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