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Two teens charged with breaking coronavirus regulations in south London

Two teenagers have been charged with offences under the coronavirus regulations following an incident in Brixton over the bank holiday weekend.

The charges come following an incident in a residential street at around 7.30pm on Friday, April 10.

A seventeen-year-old boy was charged on Saturday with criminal damage, assault on an emergency worker and obstructing a police constable.

He was remanded in custody and also charged with being in a public gathering of more than two people, banned under the coronavirus regulations.

He is due to appear at Croydon Magistrates Court today.

A nineteen-year-old man, Jamar Jackman, from Brixton, was charged with two counts of assault on an emergency worker, obstructing a police constable, and being in a public gathering of more than two people.

He too was remanded into custody and will also appear at Croydon Magistrates’ Court today.

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  1. Lucky Brixton . Camberwell hasn’t seen a police officer for months despite widespread breaking of the regulations

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