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Man charged after allegations of threats made inside a Cotgrave house

Police tracked down a man who allegedly threatened three people during a disturbance at a house.

Officers were told the man grabbed a bread knife from the kitchen during the incident on Sunday afternoon.

It was alleged he threatened three people inside the property in Cotgrave, before fleeing when one of them called 999.

Response officers were quickly at the scene and found the suspect in a nearby street, where he was arrested.

A 24-year-old man from Cotgrave, has been charged with a racially-aggravated public order offence and affray in relation with the incident.

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He remains in custody and is due to appear at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday morning (12 July).

Sergeant Catherine Edwards, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: “Officers did a brilliant job to quickly arrive at this incident and detain the suspect.

“We are satisfied this was an isolated incident and that there was no wider threat to the public.

“Thankfully no-one was injured in this incident but whenever there is a knife involved, there is always the potential for far more serious consequences.

“Nottinghamshire Police takes reports of knife crime very seriously and will always look to take robust action against offenders.”

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