Loughton man was found guilty of two charges on Wednesday at Harlow Magistrates Court

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Tyrell is found guilty of assaulting police officer in Loughton Tyrell is found guilty of assaulting police officer in Loughton

A man has been found guilty of attacking a policeman.

Aneel Tyrell, 30, of Algers Close in Loughton, was convicted at Harlow Magistrates Court.

Tyrell was also charged with making off without paying for a £35 taxi fare.

Tyrell committed the offences on September 20 in Loughton. 

On December 10, Tyrell pleaded not guilty to all charges at Chelmsford Magistrates Court.

He has been granted unconditional bail and is due to appear at Chelmsford Magistrates Court for sentencing on January 6.

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