SHANKLIN MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING POLICE OFFICER IN COWES

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49-year-old Gary Dauncey will appear in court this morning (Thursday) charged with assaulting a Police officer, as well as public order offences against NHS staff at St Mary’s Hospital.

The arrest and charges come after Police were called to an incident in Stanhope Road, Cowes on Tuesday evening.

Gary Dauncey, of Osborne Road in Shanklin, has been charged with assaulting an emergency worker and public order offences against NHS staff at St Mary’s Hospital.

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Thankfully, the officer was not badly injured and returned to work yesterday.

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Mary

If guilty a minimum of 2 years disgusting behaviour

Furry Frank

Cut it’s benefits to the bone for life too.

Mary

What so he can rob & pillage you dummy Furry Frank!

not disclosed.

mary – having cash paid as benefits does not stop thieving – it just means they do slightly less of it.

Mary

Any low life inbred

Mary

He will get 6 months and be out the 3 months

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