Newtown man in court over threatening behaviour at police station

By countytimes.co.uk

6 months ago

News Crime

Michael Anderson from Newtown,  who attended a police station because he wanted an apology from police officers ended up getting another court date instead after he was arrested.

Michael Gary Anderson attended Newtown Police Station on June 22 and became irate when the front desk was closed. He was heard repeatedly shouting at officers, which included swearing, and baiting them to arrest him.

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