Aaron Bee charged with 10 offences

Aaron Bee outside a police station, mocking the police.

Aaron Bee outside the police station on West Parade, mocking the police.

22-year-old Lincoln man Aaron Bee has been charged with ten offences by Lincolnshire Police after being detained on Tuesday.

Aaron Bee made headlines across the county for avoiding police officers that were looking for him and taunting them on social media. He posted several pictures of himself outside the West Parade police station in Lincoln and the force headquarters in Nettleham.

The police published an appeal to find Aaron Bee on 22 October, but he was not detained before 11 November.

22-year-old Aron Bee, of Lamb Gardens in Lincoln, has been charged with 10 alleged offences.

22-year-old Aaron Bee, of Lamb Gardens in Lincoln, has been charged with 10 alleged offences.

All alleged offences he is charged with are said to have occurred this year. They are two counts of assault by beating on 10 October; one count of criminal damage also on 10 October; six breaches of non-molestation order on dates between 10 and 21 October; and a further count of making off without payment on 24 June.

Aaron Bee has been remanded in custody.

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