Bradford PC Steven Mullaney in court over pedestrian crash

A police officer has appeared in court accused of using a patrol car to stop a man, causing him a number of injuries.

PC Steven Mullaney was driving a police car which collided with a 38-year-old man on Mary Street, Bradford, in March.

The officer, 40, is accused of assault occasioning actual bodily harm, dangerous driving and attempting to pervert the course of justice.

PC Mullaney, who is based at Lawcroft House Police Station, was given bail at Sheffield Magistrates' Court.

He is due to appear at the city's Crown Court on 29 October.

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