A teenager has been charged after paving slabs were allegedly thrown at people during a disturbance.
The 18-year-old is accused of seven offences in total, following the incident in Folkestone on Monday night.
Officers were called to Cheriton Road at 11.10pm following a report of an assault committed by a suspect who was also alleged to have acted aggressively to other members of the public.
The individual was also reported to have damaged property to people’s gardens - including to lights, plant pots and a brick-enclosed flower bed.
Riley Meadows, 18, of Freemen’s Way, Deal, was located at the scene and while being arrested is alleged to have racially abused another member of the public who was helping officers.
He is then reported to have urinated inside a police van.
Mr Meadows has since been charged with assault, three counts of criminal damage and three public order offences, one of which was racially-aggravated.
He was remanded in custody ahead of an appearance at Folkestone Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, August 17.
After this hearing, he was remanded in custody again to appear before Folkestone Magistrates' Court on Thursday, September 8.
No serious injuries were reported from the incident.