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Man, 27, jailed for 12 weeks after assaulting and racially abusing Nottinghamshire Police officer in the wake of series of 'sickening' attacks on emergency workers




A man has been jailed for 12 weeks after he assaulted and racially abused a police officer during a series of 'sickening' attacks on emergency workers.

Bradley Jones, 27, of no fixed address, appeared at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday charged with an incident on Lincoln Road, Newark, on January 7, whereby he committed theft; assault on an emergency worker; racially aggravated assault on an emergency worker; breach of a restraining order; and threatening behaviour.

It comes after a series of attacks on Newark and Sherwood police response officers who were assaulted four times in just 48 hours this week.


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