A male and female have been remanded into custody after being charged with the attempted GBH of a police officer.
West Mercia Police were called to deal with an incident in Hereford on Sunday 5th July.
As officers dealt with the call, a male police officer was attacked with a pair of scissors before boiling water was thrown on him.
Craig Rowe (41 years old) has been charged with attempted GBH and Hannah Currie (36) has also been charged with attempted GBH as well as assaulting an emergency worker by beating.
The couple, from Mayberry Avenue in Hereford, were remanded into custody yesterday (Monday 6th July).
Emergency Services News understands that the injured officer is expected to make a full recovery from his injuries.
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