Man charged after officers called to Portsmouth shop
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A man has been charged after several bottles of alcohol were smashed inside a Portsmouth shop.
Neil Stevens, 66, of Waverley Road, has been charged with causing criminal damage and for breaching a Criminal Behaviour Order.
It comes after officers were called to the Co-op store on Albert Road at 6.30pm yesterday (May 6) following reports of a man who had come into the store and started dropping bottles of alcohol onto the floor.
Mr Stevens is due to appear at Portsmouth Magistrates Court today (May 7).
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