On Tuesday morning, Camden County police received numerous reports about a man who intentionally pushed people strolling along the Regent's canal into the water.
It became known about an atypical offense on May 8th at 08:40. An unidentified man pushed into the water the people who went on a morning run in the park area of St Pancras Way. At least two people could not orient and fell into Regent's Canal. And although none of those who met the aggressor seriously suffered, the police involved rescuers from the London Fire Brigade and emergency doctors in the investigation.
Thanks to the help of eyewitnesses, the apb on the public order offender was compiled in detail, and soon he was caught near the King's Cross station. When detained, the man resisted and injured the police officer. The perpetrator was detained and taken to the police station. The chosen measure of restraint is not reported before the trial.