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Two charged in connection with railway obstruction and assault – St Pancras International Station, London

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Two men have been charged in connection with an incident at St Pancras International Station on Wednesday (1/3).

Stephen Evans, aged 28, of Prayle Grove, Barnet, London, was charged yesterday with two counts of using threatening / abusive / insulting words / behaviour with intent to cause fear of / provoke unlawful violence, one count of assaulting a constable in the execution of his / her duty and one count of causing obstruction of an engine / carriage using the railway by act / omission / neglect

Neil Oak, aged 23 of Station Road, Hendon, Barnet, London was charged yesterday with two counts of using threatening / abusive / insulting words or behaviour with intent to cause fear of or provoke unlawful violence and one count of obstructing an engine / carriage using the railway by act / omission / neglect.

They are both due to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court today (2/3).

The charges are in connection with an incident at around 6am on Monday in which a BTP officer was assaulted and train services were stopped due to people on the tracks in the tunnels.

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