Haworth: Terror offence charges for teenage boy

6/28/2022 7:08:00 PM

Haworth: Terror offence charges for teenage boy

Haworth: Terror offence charges for teenage boy

The West Yorkshire boy faces six charges after being arrested in an earlier operation, police say.

The boy was charged on Tuesday with terror offences, police saidA 15-year-old boy from West Yorkshire has been charged with right-wing terror offences, a specialist police unit has said.The teenager, from Haworth, was arrested on 21 June during a pre-planned investigation into suspected far-right terrorism.

A property was searched during the "intelligence-led" operation, Counter Terrorism Policing North East said.The teenager is due to appear at London's Old Bailey in July.The boy, who cannot be named due to legal reasons, was charged with the following offences:

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Image caption, The boy was charged on Tuesday with terror offences, police said A 15-year-old boy from West Yorkshire has been charged with right-wing terror offences, a specialist police unit has said.A pair of holidaymakers have described the terrifying TUI flight that left passengers sprawled out and "thrown from their seats" after hearing loud bangs.A 15-YEAR-OLD boy has been charged in connection with a fire at a nursery.The boy was walking by Kings Langley Common on Saturday (June 25) near to where the annual Kings Langley Carnival was taking place.

The teenager, from Haworth, was arrested on 21 June during a pre-planned investigation into suspected far-right terrorism. A property was searched during the "intelligence-led" operation, Counter Terrorism Policing North East said. After hearing the bang, the pilot announced there was a technical issue with the plane and that they would be making an emergency landing. The teenager is due to appear at London's Old Bailey in July. Meanwhile, the nearby Gavinburn Primary School remained unaffected. The boy, who cannot be named due to legal reasons, was charged with the following offences: One offence under Section 5 of the Terrorism Act 2006 - engaging in the preparation of an act of terrorism. Leslie, who had booked the holiday three years ago, said: "We went through check in and security completely fine, which was great considering all the queues in recent weeks. Four offences under Section 2 of the Terrorism Act 2006 - dissemination of terrorist publications One offence under the Protection from Harassment Act. Picture: Kings Langley Carnival Facebook page The victim's mum, who spoke to the Observer , said: “The sad thing is my son ran into the road trying to stop cars for help, he begged one person to get in his car because he believed he would be stabbed and they wound the window and drove off.

A warrant of further detention was granted by a court on Wednesday, police added. "We got onto the plane and it was very warm, we were told by staff the plane had been to Turkey the night before and there was a problem with the air conditioning. A report will be submitted to the Scottish Children's Reporter Administration. Follow BBC Yorkshire on .