Four people charged as Stradey Park Hotel protest continues

Following a number of incidents at a protest at Stradey Park Hotel in Llanelli on Sunday, 9 July, four people have been charged.

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Scott Samuel, aged 32, of Llanelli, has been charged with public order and drug possession, Helen Thomas, aged 52, of Llanelli, was charged with public order, while Jade Elizabeth Morris, aged 36, of Llanelli, and Scott Joshua Morris, aged 31, of Bres Road, Llanelli, have both been charged with obstructing police.

All four have been bailed to attend court at a later date.

No arrests have been made since Sunday.

Officers remain at the scene to facilitate peaceful protest, where they are continuing to engage with all parties and offering reassurance to the community.

Commenting on accusations of police brutality at the protest Dyfed-Powys Police said: “The force’s Professional Standards Department will respond to all complaints received in accordance with the statutory framework and the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) Statutory Guidance.”

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