play_arrow

keyboard_arrow_right

Listeners:

Top listeners:

skip_previous play_arrow skip_next
00:00 00:00
playlist_play chevron_left
volume_up
chevron_left
  • play_arrow

    The Hit Network

  • play_arrow

    Techno Radio Top Music Radio

  • play_arrow

    Summer Festival Podcast Robot Heart

  • play_arrow

    Electronic Trends Podcast Aaron Mills

  • play_arrow

    New Year Eve Podcast Robot Heart

  • play_arrow

    Techno Podcast Robot Heart

  • play_arrow

    Flower Power Festival Podcast Robot Heart

  • play_arrow

    Tech House Podcast Robot Heart

  • play_arrow

    Winter Festival Podcast Robot Heart

Uncategorized

Police statement over major Nottingham city centre cordon

today24 June 2022

Background
share close

Nottinghamshire Police have confirmed why a busy street in Nottingham city centre was cordoned off. Officers were called to a disturbance on Broad Street in Lace Market at around 11.45pm on Thursday (June 23) evening.

Police are investigating a fight in the street involving a number of people, and officers want to speak to any additional witnesses. A 19-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of assault and affray and remains in police custody.

A man in his 50s is in hospital and remains there after reportedly being punched to the ground. His injuries are not thought to be life threatening.

READ MORE: Shoppers on edge after major police incident in Nottingham city centre

Investigating officers had taped off the street at its junction with Old Lenton Street, near the BrewDog pub, with the cordon stretching past the Broadway Cinema. Pictures taken at around 7am on Friday morning (June 24) showed at least one police car and two officers at the scene.



The cordon in Broad Street, in the Lace Market, on Friday, June 24.
The cordon in Broad Street, in the Lace Market, on Friday, June 24.

Some shoppers and residents have said they feel unsafe in Nottingham city after the cordon was lifted, due to the number of incidents happening in the area. Anyone with additional information is urged to call 101 quoting incident 971 of June 23.

READ NEXT:

Written by: thehitnetwork

Rate it

Previous post

Post comments (0)

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Contact Us

0%