Nottinghamshire Police have appealed for information after officers were assaulted during large-scale disorder in Worksop.
Officers were punched and kicked during the violence, resulting in seven of them suffering minor injuries.
During the disorder, glasses and bottles were thrown at the officers. A police vehicle was also damaged.
Investigators are now appealing for witnesses following the disturbance, which happened outside a snooker club in the Langold.
Response team and public order officers were quickly on the scene after receiving several 999 calls from witnesses.
A 27-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of assaulting several emergency workers. A 31-year-old woman was also detained and has since been charged for Criminal Damage.
Lisa Parish of Cross Street is due to appear at Nottingham Magistrates Court on the 29th October 2020.
The male has been released under investigation pending further enquiries.
Police Constable Richie Howcroft, who is leading the investigation, said:
“The incident happened on Doncaster Road at around 1 am on Sunday morning.
“Thankfully, the officers suffered only minor injuries and are now being fully supported following the incident.
“We were quickly on the scene and made two arrests. They have since been released, so we are appealing to the general public to help us with our investigation.
“Did you see the incident? Do you know anyone who was involved? Perhaps they’ve been talked about it in passing on Monday?
“If you can help, any tiny bit of information could help with our enquiries, please call 101 quoting incident 65 of 25th July 2020.”
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