TWO Isle of Wight men were told they are likely facing lengthy jail terms after admitted affray and possession of a chainsaw and harpoon.

The cases of two individuals charged in relation to an Oakfield weapons incident last month were heard at the Isle of Wight Crown Court on Thursday (June 10).

Cameron Baker, 25, of Station Avenue, Sandown, and Cayliam Sheen, 23, of Elm Grove, Newport, both admitted affray and possession of offensive weapons ­— a harpoon and a chainsaw respectively.

The charges relate to an incident on May 3 of this year, in Ryde.

Police were called to a disturbance in the street in Oak Vale involving a group of men, and it was alleged some members of the group were carrying weapons.

Baker and Sheen's cases were adjourned to June 21.

Pre-sentence reports were ordered and the pair were further remanded in custody.

A third man, Conor Pattrick, 27, of High Street, Freshwater, has denied affray and possession of an offensive weapon.

His case was also adjourned to June 21, and he was granted conditional bail.