Norwich's Mohammed Labead admits police officer attacks

Prince of Wales Road Police were attacked in Prince of Wales Road in the early hours of 19 January this year

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A man has pleaded guilty to attacking two police officers, breaking the leg of one, in Norwich.

Mohammed Labead, 19, of Kinghorn Road, Norwich, admitted two counts of assault, one of wounding and one of inflicting grievous bodily harm.

The attacks took place early on 19 January in Prince of Wales Road, Norwich Crown Court heard.

Labead was bailed and is due to be sentenced on 4 July.

The injured police officer was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital and under went surgery.

A police sergeant was treated by paramedics for slight head injuries at the scene of the attacks but she remained on duty.

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