Yesterday, 15th February, a man appeared in court in connection with an incident where three police officers were assaulted.
On Sunday 14th February, the driver of a Volkswagen Golf failed to stop for police in Peterborough.
Officers from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire (BCU) Roads Policing Unit stopped the vehicle just before midday on Bakewell Road, Peterborough, and one man was arrested.
Whilst dealing at the scene, one officer was assaulted and a further two officers were assaulted at Thorpe Wood Police Station.
Aivaras Osikas, 25, of Outfield, Bretton, Peterborough, was later charged with failing to stop, failing to co-operate with a preliminary test (roadside breath test), drink driving and three counts of assaulting an emergency worker.
Yesterday, Osikas had his first court appearance at Peterborough Magistrates’ Court. He was released on conditional bail until a further court hearing at Peterborough Crown Court with the date yet to be set.
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