A man has been billed with intending to injure or alarm the Queen less than the Treason Act subsequent an incident at Windsor Castle on Christmas Day past 12 months, the Metropolitan Police mentioned.
Officers had been referred to as to a safety breach at around 8.30am, and a man was arrested in the grounds of the castle on 25 December 2021.
Jaswant Singh Chail, 20 from Southampton, has right now been billed with:
– An offence below area 2 of the Treason Act, 1842
– Threats to destroy (opposite to section 16 of the Offences From the Person Act 1861)
– Possession of an offensive weapon (opposite to part 1 of the Prevention of Crime Act 1953).
He is at the moment in custody and is thanks to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Courtroom on Wednesday, 17 August.
Nick Value, head of the Crown Prosecution’s Unique Crime and Counter Terrorism Division, stated it has authorised the Satisfied to demand Chail “soon after he was arrested in the grounds of Windsor Castle on 25 December 2021 carrying a crossbow”.
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