Leyland man charged with drug possession and disturbance at Preston railway station

A 30-year-old Leyland man has been charged after he was arrested at Preston railway station this week.

Thursday, 18th November 2021, 10:09 am

British Transport Police said they were alerted to a man causing a disturbance at the station at 7.30am on Monday (November 15).

The force said Josh Churchman, of Hough Lane, Leyland, was detained and searched by officers who found him in possession of a class B drug.

He was arrested at the scene, taken into custody and has since been charged with a public order offence and possession of a class B controlled substance.

British Transport Police arrested a 30-year-old from Leyland after they were alerted to a man causing a disturbance at Preston railway station at 7.30am on Monday (November 15)

A police spokesman said: "Josh Churchman, 30, of Hough Lane, Leyland, was arrested at the scene and conveyed to custody.

"Has since been charged with a public order offence and possession of a class B controlled substance."

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