THREE men have been charged following a collision outside a Muslim community centre in the Cricklewood area of London that left three injured.
Martin Stokes, Martin McDonagh and Michael O’Donnell were charged today in relation to the incident in which a car collided with pedestrians.
Stokes, 24, of Wembley was charged with GBH, aggravated vehicle taking without consent, causing injury by dangerous driving, driving without a licence or insurance, and racially aggravated harassment with intention to cause alarm or distress.
He will appear in custody on Thursday, October 25, at Willesden Magistrates’ Court.
McDonagh, 20, of Wembley was charged with being carried in a stolen motor vehicle.
O’Donnell, also 20, was charged with being carried in a stolen vehicle and with vehicle interference (relating to a number plate).
The pair have been bailed to appear at a magistrates’ court on a date to be confirmed.
Police were called at 12.35am on Wednesday, September 19 to reports of a car involved in a collision with a number of pedestrians near the Al-majlis Al-Hussain centre on Oxgate Lane in Brent.
Three people were injured, including a man in his 50s who suffered a serious leg injury.
The car involved failed to stop at the scene.
A 17-year-old female who was not charged has been bailed to return to a London police station on a date in November, pending further enquiries.