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Man charged with possessing knife and threatening staff at cafe in Queenborough

By Chloe Holmwood

Police have charged a man following reports of a disturbance inside a Queenborough café.

Officers were called to the Klondyke Express Café in Rushenden Road at about 1pm on Monday, October 16, where a man was said to have damaged property and threatened staff, before leaving.

Initial inquiries failed to locate the suspect, but police seized a knife from a suspicious vehicle parked nearby.

The Klondyke Industrial site in Rushenden Road
The Klondyke Industrial site in Rushenden Road

Jordon Norton, from Minster, was arrested in connection with the incident on Monday.

The 28-year-old was later charged with causing criminal damage, possessing a knife in a public place and using threatening or abusive behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress.

Norton was remanded in custody to appear before Medway magistrates on November 7.

He was released on conditional bail and is due to appear before Mid Kent Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, December 6.

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