Man charged with ten offences following incident at Sainsbury’s in Harlow
Crime / Thu 30th Jun 2022 am30 07:31am
A MAN has been charged with ten offences following reports of an incident at a supermarket in Harlow.
Officers were called to reports of a disturbance at the Fifth Avenue Sainsbury’s store around 10am on Monday 17 June.
It was reported that a man had entered the store, threatened staff, picked up a bottle of alcohol and left the store without attempting to pay for the item.
He was then reported to have caused damage to cars parked in the store’s car park, before threating staff again. Upon re-entering the supermarket, the man allegedly assaulted two more members of staff as well as two police officers.
David Lee, 36, of Pittmans Field, Harlow has been charged with three counts of criminal damage, two public order offences, two counts of assault by beating of an emergency worker, one count of racially aggravated public order and one count of common assault.
What do reckon two years in a luxury prison cell feet up no bills no hassle free food 🚓🚓🚓🚓🚓🙈
Is this the same incident where he came in with a dog and wouldn’t take the dog back outside? If it is, the security guard at the time should’ve reacted quicker rather than waiting for the Sainsbury staff to do something first. I was there and witnessed it and it made me wonder what security actually do
June 17 was a Friday.
Haha. I think it should’ve read the 27th, as this is when I see this incident in Sainsbury.