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Derry

Man charged after five arrested in Derry city centre

The four teenagers have been released on bail.

A MAN HAS has been charged in Derry after being arrested yesterday evening for allegeded disorderly behaviour and obstructing police.

He is due to appear in court on Wednesday 17 July.

Five people – a man in his 30s, along with four teenagers – were arrested in Derry last night after an altercation with several PSNI officers. The officers received several injuries, with one requiring hospital treatment.

A spokesperson for Derry PSNI said that the officers were responding to a report of pellet guns being fired at people in a shopping centre.

Three of the officers present suffered injuries after they were allegedly attacked by a number of people. The spokesperson said that one was kicked, another had their hand stamped on, while a third had their arm slammed in a car door.

The four teenagers have been released on bail and are to return for interview at a later date.

PSNI Derry have said that their enquiries are ongoing

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