Met Police community support officer charged with rape in Peckham

07:37 17 May 2012

A London police community support officer has been charged with rape.

Kevin Mitchell, 42, is accused of attacking a 21-year-old woman in Peckham, south London.

The serving PCSO with the Met’s transport command will appear in court later this month on charges of rape and sexual assault, the Met Police said.

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The world seems to agree: no matter how tasteless this new film, censoring freedom of speech with cyber threats is probably worse.

Seven people have also been injured in the crash which has been declared a “major incident”.

The service was inundated with offers of help, but has said its supplies are “adequate”.

“They were more than just police officers – they were a son, they were a husband, and they were a dad.”

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