Two charged after party at Llanelli lottery winner's home

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Two people have been charged after six people were arrested during a party at the home of a lottery millionaire.

It is thought to have been a birthday party for the 17-year-old daughter of Sandra Fosbrooke, from Five Roads near Llanelli, who won £12.8m in 2005.

At the time, Ms Fosbrooke's win was the largest ever in Wales.

An 18-year-old woman and a 19-year-old man have been charged with public order offences and will appear at Llanelli magistrates' court on 13 December.

Dyfed-Powys Police said they attended a property in Five Roads at about 21:20 GMT on Friday evening and made six arrests for public order offences, criminal damage and possession of cannabis.

No-one required medical attention, and the police left at about 22:00 GMT.

Ms Fosbrooke was working as a supermarket checkout assistant when she won the money with her partner Ken Henry.

The couple both returned to work after a number of years, with Mr Henry resuming a part-time job as a bingo caller, and Ms Fosbrooke taking over the tenancy of The Stag pub in Five Roads in 2010.

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