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Pair appear in court charged following mini moto incident in Nottingham

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A man and a boy have been charged with a variety of offences, including carrying a knife, following an incident in Nottingham.

The 16 and 22-year-old failed to stop the mini moto they were travelling on for colleagues from the British Transport Police in Union Road at around 12.45am on Thursday (7 February 2019) which resulted in a non-injury collision.

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Jerome Thompson, 22, of no fixed abode, was subsequently charged by Nottinghamshire Police detectives with possession of a bladed article, section four public order, driving without a helmet and being in possession of cannabis.

He appeared at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court yesterday (Friday 8 February 2019) and was granted conditional bail to appear in court on a future date.

The youth, who can’t be named for legal reasons, was charged with possession of a bladed article, driving without a licence, insurance and helmet and driving without due care.

He appeared at Nottingham Youth Court on Thursday (7 February 2019) and was granted conditional bail until his next appearance at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court on 20 February 2019.

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