A man is due to appear in court charged with the murder of a police officer who was dragged under the wheels of a vehicle.
Pc Andrew Harper, 28, was killed last Thursday evening in the village of Sulhamstead in Berkshire while responding to reports of a burglary.
The newlywed died from multiple injuries after being dragged under a vehicle and possibly hit by a police car.
Jed Foster, 20, was charged with his murder on Monday evening after investigators at Thames Valley Police were granted an extra 24 hours to question 10 suspects.
He is further charged with the theft of a quad bike. Foster is due to appear at Reading Magistrates Court today.
All 10 suspects were arrested within an hour of the incident at a nearby caravan park.
The youngest was just 13 years old, while the oldest was 30. The remaining nine have been bailed until September 13.
On Monday evening, the PC Harper’s wife Lissie paid tribute to her husband, describing him as ‘the kindest, loveliest, most selfless’ person.
She wrote: ‘There is not enough paper in the world to even begin to write a tribute for you, but no one deserves it more.’