Police have charged a man after five police officers were injured by a dog in Newham yesterday. 25 year-old Pierre Robinson from Albert Square in Newham faces two charges against the Dangerous Dog Act. He is also charged with committing offences of grievous bodily harm and kidnapping on March 14th.
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The 47-year-old man died shortly after 3pm on Tuesday.
Specialist explosive detection dogs searched through the town examining letter boxes and phone booths for signs of potential devices.
Temperatures reached 29.1C in St James's Park, central London.