Teenagers charged over alleged plain clothes police assault

The pair were also charged over alleged drug offences following the incident in Dundee City Centre.

Teenagers charged over alleged police assault and drug offences in Dundee city centre STV News

Two teenagers have been arrested and charged over the alleged assault of two police officers in Dundee.

The pair, aged 16 and 18 respectively, have also been charged with drug offences, following the incident in the city centre on Friday, November 10.

They are to appear at Dundee Sheriff Court at a later date.

Two plain clothes officers were reportedly attacked in the incident.

The teenagers were also said to be in possession of cocaine and heroin.

Sergeant McQueen, of Dundee City Centre police office, said: “Our officers have been conducting regular plain clothes and high-visibility patrols in Dundee City Centre in an effort to keep the public safe.

“This violent behaviour towards officers carrying out their duties was completely unacceptable and will not be tolerated.

“If anyone has information relating to drugs in Dundee City Centre, you can contact us by calling b, by using the contact us email form on the Police Scotland website, or you can give information anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

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