Three Wembley men charged in connection with ‘hate attack’ outside Cricklewood mosque
- Credit: Archant
Three Wembley men have been charged in connection with a ‘hate attack’ outside a Cricklewood mosque.
Police were called to the Al-Majlis Al-Hussaini mosque in Oxgate Lane just after midnight on September 19 to reports of a car hitting pedestrians and driving off.
Three people were injured, none of whom remains in hospital, police said.
On Tuesday three men and a woman were arrested in connection with the incident.
Martin Stokes, 24, Thomas McDonagh, 20, and Michael O’Donnell, 20, were all charged yesterday.
You may also want to watch:
A 17-year-old woman has not been charged but has been bailed to return to a police station next month.
Stokes is appearing at Willesden Magistrates’ Court today charged with Section 18 GBH, aggravated taking a vehicle without consent, causing injury by dangerous driving, driving without a licence or insurance, and racially aggravated harassment with intention to cause alarm or distress.
- 1 'No light at the end of the tunnel' says Northwick Park surgeon on operation backlogs
- 2 Brent investigating implications of traffic measures court ruling
- 3 Neasden man charged with murder and knife attacks
- 4 Mass vaccination centre opens in Wembley Park
- 5 Pictures: Snow arrives covering Gladstone Park and Neasden Temple
- 6 Appeal after woman hit on the head and sexually assaulted in Sudbury
- 7 Wembley drug dealer jailed for biting, scratching and pushing police
- 8 Wembley grandmother who survived Covid thanks live-in carer
- 9 Brent residents face £100 council tax hike for Band D property
- 10 Buyers claim luxury flats are 'nightmare' construction site
McDonagh and O’Donnell are charged with aggravated vehicle taking, vehicle and property damage.
O’Donnell is also charged with tampering with a number plate.
Both have been bailed to appear at a magistrates’ court on a date to be confirmed.
Brent CID continues to investigate.