Crawley woman charged with 13 offences
A Crawley woman is due to appear in court charged with 13 offences including assault and dangerous driving.
Police say that 43-year-old Monique Moss has been charged with 10 offences in Crawley - grievous bodily harm; racially-aggravated common assault; theft from a person; possession of a bladed article; dangerous driving; failing to provide a specimen for anaylsis; driving other than in accordance with a licence; failing to stop when directed by police; and two counts of disqualified driving.
She has also been charged with three offences in Horley - burglary other than at a dwelling; criminal damage; and a public order offence.
Police say that Moss, unemployed, of no fixed address, has been remanded in custody to appear before Lewes Crown Court on July 10.
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