Three arrests following disturbance in Grimsby town centre
POLICE made three arrests following a disturbance in Grimsby town centre.
As reported, it is believed about 100 youths were asked to leave Walter’s Bar, in the Market Place, on Friday night.
Violence followed when about 50 of them attacked the door to the bar.
Police dispersed the group and monitored them using CCTV.
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Today, Humberside Police confirmed three people had been arrested and taken into custody at Grimsby Police Station.
A spokesman said: “A 38-year-old woman was charged with use of threatening words/behaviour to cause alarm or distress.
“She was bailed to appear before magistrates on November 20.
“A 34-year-old man, who was arrested for a section five public order offence, was released without charge.
“And a 14-year-old boy, who was arrested for criminal damage, was given a final warning.
“Police would like to remind people that this sort of behaviour will not be tolerated; however, it is again the minority and not the majority who are causing issues in the town centre.
“Police work alongside door staff, licensees and other agencies to ensure that Grimsby is a safe and enjoyable place to visit for a night out.”