Newtown police officer told 'go back to your country'

By countytimes.co.uk

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A police officer said he felt "vile” and not welcome in Wales after he was told to "go back to your own country" by a drunk young man who wanted to call his mum after he was arrested and taken to a police cell.

Detention and escort officer PC Jam Fredrick, who was working the night shift at Newtown Police Station on August 13 last year, said he was “hurt and afraid” by Josh Irvin’s comment.

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