Staffer in hospital as man is accused of wine bar attack
Police seal off Baroosh in Staines High Street on Friday as amazed customers look on
ambulance and a motorbike turned up.”
Shop staff in the vicinity were also aware that something was happening at Baroosh.
Maddie Mole, at next door Homely House, said: “I was talking to a customer and then suddenly all these police vans and cars arrived.
Ryan Westlake, at Bensons for Beds, saw ‘about six’ armed police officers go into the wine bar.
A spokesman for McMullen & Sons brewery, which runs the wine bar, said on Friday: “The team were excellent and looked after our customers, the police were quick to respond and took charge of the situation.
“One member of the team had been to hospital with what we believe to be minor wounds, but everyone is shaken by the event.”
Following his appearance at Redhill Magistrates’ Court, Mr Griffin was remanded in custody.
He is due to appear for a hearing at Guildford Crown Court on Thursday November 5.
A police car outside Baroosh on Friday as the drama unfolded.