Man charged after serious assault in Beckenham

20:17 26 January 2013

A man has been charged with four offences following a serious assault in Beckenham

Police were called to Ernest Grove at around around 8.30pm on Thursday. Three people were taken to hospital - a 58-year-old man suffering arm and stomach injuries, a 54-year-old woman suffering from injuries to her hands, and a 29-year-old with hand and neck injuries.

Luke Nicholson, 28, of St Johns Road, Sevenoaks, was today charged with two counts of grevious bodily harm with intent; one count of actual bodily harm, and one count of possessing an offensive weapon.

He is due to appear in custody at Bromley Magistrates’ Court on Monday.

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