PCSO charged with drink driving & assault after Greenwich crash

A Police Community Support Officer has been arrested and charged after a car accident in east Greenwich yesterday.

A car hit barriers at 7:35am with. PCSO Norbert Marara, aged 37 and working for Roads and Transport department was charged with drink driving and assault on an emergency worker.

Site of accident

The PCSO assaulted an officer who had arrived on scene with the road blocked. The car impacted near Avocado coffee shop.



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5 thoughts on “PCSO charged with drink driving & assault after Greenwich crash

  • Say what you will about those railings that’s the second time in the last few months they’ve stopped a car from plowing onto the pavement. I say this in the safe knowledge nobody from Greenwich Council is reading this

    • I think on both occasions the police deliberately pushed cars into them. They wouldn’t have done so if removed but made hard stops elsewhere

  • The traffic light took a lot of the impact as well. The pedestrian refuge is now closed which a lot of pedestrians haven’t sussed yet. Nearly saw an elderly lady with a trolley run over there this morning as she had failed to notice it was taped off and she just stopped in the middle of the road. Needs fixing quickly.. .

  • This is a very dangerous junction at the best of time and is very heavily used by traffic.The guard railings hate them or love them I believe need to be at this junction to protect pedestrians.

    The pedestrian refugue should be mended as apriority as this is a very busy road to cross..


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