A MAN has been charged with multiple offenses after a man was seriously injured in a violent attempted robbery.
A group of people reported being approached by two men on Jubilee Street in Brighton in the early hours of June 29.
After being threatened by the pair, two members of the group were attacked, with one suffering serious injuries, including a broken arm and a cut to the leg, believed to be from a gun.
They called the police after the men fled the scene and after a brief search, a man was found in the nearby Pavilion Gardens.
Roman Lee, 18, of Clarence Square in Brighton, was arrested and later charged with intentional aggravated assault, actual assault, assault, attempted robbery and possession of an obnoxious weapon in a public place.
He was also accused of violating an existing community safeguards notice that banned him from entering the Pavilion Gardens.
Lee appeared in Brighton Magistrates Court on Tuesday and was held in custody pending a court appearance on August 9.
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