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Man charged after Ramsgate taxi driver stabbed and robbed

Detectives investigating multiple disturbances in the Ramsgate area, which saw a taxi driver stabbed and robbed, have charged four men.

Kent Police were called to a fight at a fast-food premises in King Street, which happened shortly after 2am on Saturday 25 March. Four men have now been charged for the disturbance.

Earlier that same night at 11.20pm on Friday 24 March, in Margate Road, Ramsgate, a taxi driver was also allegedly robbed by a passenger of money and suffered injuries consistent with a stab wound. One of those four men has been linked to this incident and faces further charges.

The injures suffered by the taxi driver are not considered life threatening.

Two of the four men charged required hospital treatment and have since been released into custody.

All four men are remanded in custody to appear at Folkestone Magistrates’ Court.

Officers continue to appeal for information relating to an assault on a taxi driver.


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