Hampshire Constabulary has charged a man after an emergency ambulance crew were threatened by a male who was armed with a baseball bat and a metal pole.
At around 14:00 hours on Wednesday 2nd December, South Central Ambulance Service requested the urgent assistance of the police after one of their crews came under attack.
The incident unfolded on Lymore Lane.
Paul Mapes, aged 49, of Highfield Avenue, Lymington has been charged with one count of possession of an offensive weapon, one count of assaulting an emergency service worker and one count of possession of a Class A drug.
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