Police have tonight charged two men following a series of disturbances in North Down.
The pair of men, both aged 30, face several serious charges.
Detectives investigating a series of recent incidents in the Newtownards and North Down area charged the pair to court at around 10pm on Tuesday March 28.
One of the men has been charged with arson endangering life with intent, intimidation causing a person to leave a residence or occupation, possessing petrol bombs in suspicious circumstances and throwing a petrol bomb.
They are to appear before Newtownards Magistrates Court on Wednesday morning, March 29.
Meanwhile, three men – aged 29, 50, and 53 – arrested under the Terrorism Act have all been released following questioning.
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