A man has appeared in court following a spate of alleged assaults, including on two police officers.
Luke Morgan of Hardy Street, Maidstone was charged after reports of an incident yesterday of a man being bottled on the Millennium Bridge in the town.
Police were called on Tuesday at 12.23pm to reports the victim had been speaking to a woman he knew, when it is claimed 29-year-old Morgan, who was with her, assaulted him.
The victim received hospital treatment after suffering a cut to his head.
But around half an hour later, patrols were called to a separate altercation in Knightrider Street.
The defendant allegedly left on an e-scooter and was later found and detained in Lower Boxley Road.
During his arrest it is said the suspect kicked and bit two officers while constables also reportedly seized a bottle and a sharpened keyring.
Morgan appeared at Medway Magistrates' Court today charged with wounding with intent, two counts of assaulting an emergency worker, a racially aggravated public order offence, possessing an offensive weapon and possession of a bladed article.
Later at the police station, it is further alleged the man shouted racist abuse once he arrived.
Morgan was remanded in custody to attend a hearing at Maidstone Crown Court on June 15.