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Three charged over Wokingham taxi driver assault

Wokingham Station

THREE people, including a 17-year-old girl, have been charged in connection with an assault on a taxi driver at Wokingham Station.

The driver was left with a fractured ankle following the assault outside the station in the early hours of April 8. The driver’s vehicle was also damaged during the attack.

The three people were arrested shortly after the assault, and have since been charged in connection with the incident.

Zachary Briggs, 20, of Nash Grove Lane, Finchampstead, was charged with actual bodily harm and racially aggravated bodily harm.

Rhianne Cameron, 18, of Reynards Close, Winnersh, and a 17-year-old girl from the Wokingham area, who cannot be named for legal reasons, both face the same two charges, along with two additional counts of criminal damage and racially aggravated criminal damage.

All three were charged on July 8 and were released on police bail to appear before Reading Magistrates’ Court on July 25.

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