Attacking police and public indecency in Swaffham

Attacking police and public indecency in Swaffham

Published by KLFM
11:20am 14th March 2019.

Attacking police, causing criminal damage and public indecency in Swaffham.

Three people were arrested in the town yesterday (14th March).

Two of those were for assaulting an officer and criminal damage.

The other arrest was for public indecency.

Norfolk Police said they're now updating Swaffham Town Council about their actions.

That's to highlight the ways they're tackling problems like criminal damage in the town.

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