Police officers have named a man who appeared before the courts charged with flouting coronavirus lockdown laws.
Thomas Boys was caught outside Crewe Police Station in Crewe Street at around 7.15pm on Wednesday, March 15.
He was confronted by police officers and told he was flouting the UK lockdown laws.
He has since appeared before Chester Magistrates’ Court.
A Cheshire Police spokesman said: “At around 7.15pm on March 15 officers arrested a man outside Crewe Police station for being in breach of the Coronavirus legislation.
“Thomas Boys was subsequently charged with obstructing/ resisting a constable in the execution of duty and failing to comply with instruction in relation to the Coronavirus legislation.
“The 52-year-old of Derrington Avenue, Crewe appeared at Chester Magistrates’ Court on Thursday 16 April where he was released on bail.
“He is next set to appear at Crewe Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday 17 June.”
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