THREE men and a male teenager have been charged over an attack on police officers in Hackney, London.

Two constables, one male and one female, were injured during an incident on Frampton Park Road on Tuesday afternoon. Hackney Police wrote on Twitter: “Good morning, It’s pleasing to report that following an investigation into Tuesday’s incident in Frampton Park Road, three men and a 13 yr old boy have been charged with assaulting emergency workers. They will attend court today.


“Thank you so much for your messages of support.”

The Metropolitan Police said Paul Kabemba, 33, of Morning Lane, Hackney, has been charged with one count of assault and one count of assaulting an emergency worker.

Jordan Thomas, 20, of Woolridge Way, Hackney, Marvin Henderson, 34, of Frampton Park Road, Hackney, and a 13-year-old boy each faced two charges of assaulting an emergency worker.

All four will appear at Thames Magistrates’ Court today.

Both officers suffered minor injuries but did not require hospital treatment.

Speaking about the officers, Commander Marcus Barnet said: “They have been back out at work, which is testament to their dedication.

“We have ensured the welfare of the officers and they continue to be supported by their colleagues.

“Police officers do not come to work to be attacked.”

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