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Police called to Roman Way ‘altercation’ between traffic warden and members of the public

PUBLISHED: 10:00 21 May 2018 | UPDATED: 10:00 21 May 2018

Police in Roman Way yesterday afternoon. Picture: James Morris

Police in Roman Way yesterday afternoon. Picture: James Morris

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Four police vehicles were called to Roman Way yesterday afternoon – after an altercation between a traffic warden and members of the public.

Police in Roman Way yesterday afternoon. Picture: James MorrisPolice in Roman Way yesterday afternoon. Picture: James Morris

One van and three cars were called to the junction with Wheelwright Street, just outside Pentonville Prison.

The cops were called at 3.20pm and the Met said they arrived to find “three people involved in an altercation in the street.”

A 35-year-old man suffered minor injuries but didn’t need medical assistance.

The Met added “no allegations were substantiated” and that no arrests were made.


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