Police officer's fractured wrist - man charged
Date published: 01 March 2021
While attempting to arrest a man after a breach of a prohibition notice, two police officers were injured
A man has been charged after a police officer suffered a fractured wrist in Rochdale.
Daniel Carr (aged 37), of Lennox Walk in Heywood, has been charged with single counts of:
- Wound/Inflict grievous bodily harm without intent
- Assault a person thereby occasioning them actual bodily harm
- Fail without reasonable excuse to comply with direction under health protection regulations
- Obstruct/ resist a constable in execution of duty.
He is due to appear today (Monday) at Manchester and Salford Magistrates' Court.
While attempting to arrest a man in Rochdale after a breach of a prohibition notice on Saturday (February 27), two officers were injured, including one with a fractured wrist.
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