Norwich Prison inmate to appear at court charged in connection with mutiny at Birmingham’s Winson Green jail
PUBLISHED: 11:26 13 September 2017 | UPDATED: 13:47 13 September 2017
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An inmate at Norwich prison is one of a number of men to have been charged in connection with disturbances which caused millions of pounds of damage to Birmingham’s Winson Green jail.
Mohammed Khan, 39, of HMP Norwich, together with Jayon Foster, 34, Hayden Mills, 23, Brodie Wadrup, 28, and Sean Kinsella, 29, are accused of taking part in a prison mutiny on December 16.
Foster, of Bartley Green, Birmingham, is due to appear at the city’s magistrates’ court on Wednesday (September 13).
Khan, Mills, now of HMP Stoke Heath in Shropshire; Wadrup, of HMP Birmingham; and Kinsella, of HMP Moorland, near Doncaster, are due to appear by videolink.
It is alleged they engaged in conduct with one or more other persons “intending to further a common purpose of overthrowing lawful authority” at HMP Birmingham.