Trevor Sinclair in drink-drive and PC assault arrest

Trevor Sinclair
Image caption Trevor Sinclair played 12 times for England

BBC pundit Trevor Sinclair, who was held on drink-driving charges, has been further arrested on suspicion of assaulting a police officer.

Police were called after a woman was hit by a car in Lytham, Lancashire, on Sunday, suffering minor injuries.

The former England footballer, 44, was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving, common assault and criminal damage.

He is also suspected of a public order offence and has been released while inquiries continue, police said.

Officers responded at 20:45 GMT to a disturbance at a home on Victory Boulevard in Lytham, said Lancashire Police.

A man had already left the property in a car.

A police spokesman added: "A short time later, officers found the vehicle which had been involved in a collision with a woman pedestrian on Clifton Drive. She received minor injuries."

The London-born winger, who grew up in Manchester, played 12 times for England including four caps in the 2002 World Cup.

His clubs included Blackpool, QPR, West Ham, Cardiff and Manchester City.

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