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Three to appear in Sussex courts over racial or religious offences

The Argus: Three to appear in court over racial or religious offences Three to appear in court over racial or religious offences

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.

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