A man and a woman were arrested and subsequently de-arrested in Harrow last night following an altercation on St Ann’s Road involving four people in total.
A report came into the Harrow Online Group stating “Does anyone know why there was seven police cars including two vans surrounding the Royal Oak Pub?”. One reply read “It was just a fight in the pub that then escalated outside and a few people got arrested”
We have received the following from a Met Police spokesperson regarding the altercation: “Police were called at 19:23hrs on Sunday, 4 August to an altercation between four people in St Ann’s Road, Harrow. Officers attended. A man, aged 50 [A], and a woman, aged 50 [B] were arrested on suspicion of affray. Following further enquiries at the scene, they were de-arrested. No parties wished to make any allegations. No offences were disclosed.”
The meaning of ‘affray’ is defined as ‘an instance of group fighting in a public place that disturbs the peace.’ No further details are available at this time.
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