A man has been charged after ten firearms officers were injured as they executed a drugs warrant in Barnet.
At around 13:50hrs on Wednesday, 23 September, officers attended an industrial area in Dale Close, Barnet, to execute a drugs warrant as part of a proactive and pre-planned operation.
As the officers executed the warrant, they were injured by a suspected corrosive substance.
Armando Gjyla, 32 (07/09/1988) of Southgate has been charged with throwing a corrosive fluid with intent to maim/disfigure/disable/do grievous bodily harm and conspiracy to supply class B drugs.
Another man – aged 21 – who was arrested at the scene remains in hospital receiving treatment. All of the officers who were injured in the incident have since been discharged from hospital.
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