Three people are to appear in courts across Sussex charged with racially or religiously aggravated offences.

A Peacehaven man is to appear before Brighton magistrates accused of racially or religiously aggravated intentional harassment, alarm or distress; criminal damage and theft in Brighton.

Police were called to the Subway takeaway in Old Steine at around 7.10pm on Monday, May 12 to a report that a man had been aggressive towards staff and caused damage to items within the premises.

Adam Main, 31, a doorman, of Sutton Avenue, Peacehaven, was released on bail to re-appear at Brighton Magistrates' Court on July 2.

A Haywards Heath woman is to appear at Crawley Magistrates' Court on June 25 accused of racially abusing a member of staff at the Bijoux Bar in the town.

Police were called to The Broadway just before midnight on Friday, March 28, following a report that there had been a dispute between two women and staff from the Bijoux Bar.

Emily Anscombe, 23, a sales representative, of Church Road, Haywards Heath, has been charged with racially aggravated fear and provocation of violence and using threatening or abusive words and behaviour.

A man has been charged with racially aggravated common assault in Eastbourne.

Police were called to Bourne Street at around 4pm on Wednesday, May 21, to a report of an alleged road rage incident.

Stanislaw Gmitruk, 42, a health and safety person of Station Road, Polegate, appeared at Hastings Magistrates' Court on June 4, where he was released on bail to re-appear on August 22.