Kent Police have charged a man after a police officer had a noxious liquid thrown at her face as she dealt with an incident in Folkstone.
Officers were called at around 17:15 ours on Friday 29th May 2020 to reports of a disturbance at an address in Black Bull Road.
One of the officers who attended the scene had the unknown liquid thrown in her face, irritating her eyes, nose and mouth.
An emergency ambulance crew from South East Coast Ambulance were called to the scene and treated the officer for her injuries.
Lee Mills, of Black Bull Road, Folkstone, has been charged with attempting to cause grievous bodily harm.
The 51-year-old appeared before Medway Magistrates’ Court on Monday 1st June and was remanded in custody ahead of a further hearing that has been scheduled for today (2nd June) at Canterbury Crown Court.
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