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Officers have charged a man following a knife incident in Gosport.
At 10.46am on Tuesday 21 February, police received a report that a taxi driver had been threatened with a knife and had his phone smashed in Whites Place car park.
Following enquiries, officers arrested and charged 44-year-old Karlton Mclean with threatening a person with an offensive weapon, and criminal damage.
Mclean, of Nashe Way in Fareham, was also charged with four counts of shoplifting at the Co-op in Highlands Road in Fareham.
These incidents are alleged to have occurred on 1 August, 27 August, 1 September and 12 October respectively, where a total of £294.26 worth of meat and alcohol was said to have been stolen.
Mclean was remanded in custody to appear at Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court today (23 February).
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