4 local weather activists have been charged after protests at two motorway service stations in Surrey.
Nathan McGovern, 22, Amber Alexander, 18, Louis Hawkins, 22, and Rosa Sharkey, 22, have been charged with inflicting prison injury of greater than £5,000, Surrey police stated.
4 different individuals stay in custody, the power added.
Officers have been known as to Cobham and Clacket Lane service areas simply after 7am on Thursday after experiences protesters have been on the websites and had glued themselves to pumps and blocked entry to the forecourts.
Surrey police stated in an announcement on Friday that 55 pumps in complete have been broken throughout the protests.
McGovern, Alexander, Hawkins and Sharkey appeared at Crawley magistrates’ court docket on Friday afternoon, the power stated. They have been launched on police bail with circumstances imposed by the court docket.
All 4 have been bailed on the circumstances that they don’t enter the county of Surrey save for court docket attendance, they don’t enter any petrol station in England and Wales or hinder any entrances or exits.
Bail circumstances additionally included dwelling and sleeping at their dwelling addresses, not affixing themselves to any a part of a petroleum station or petrol tanker and never associating with different defendants save for prearranged solicitor appointments or at court docket.
McGovern can be required to put on an digital tag.