Men charged after hate offence at Sherwood multi-faith centre


Two men have been charged following a religiously aggravated public order offence at a multi-faith centre in Sherwood.

Jamie Mullins, a 27-year-old man, of Nottingham Road, Nottingham and Mathew Sarsfield, a 30-year-old man, of Sherbrook Road, Daybrook have been charged with religiously aggravated public order offences. Mullins was also charged with criminal damage.

Both men will appear at Nottingham Magistrates Court on August 1, 2017

Two men had been arrested after we were called at 1.45am on 18 June to reports of two men acting suspiciously at a Mosque in Edwards Lane, Sherwood. Officers attended and from there, a hate crime investigation was launched.

We are committed to working with all of our communities and support them in every way possible. We take hate crime very seriously and would encourage anyone who has been a victim to call us on 101.

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