Shouidur Rahman, 33, was charged with causing criminal damage after being arrested by officers on Sunday (6 September). He appeared at Brighton Magistrates’ Court on Thursday (10 September) and has been remanded in custody while enquiries continue.
Officers continue to investigate these incidents in Portslade and encourage anyone with further information, CCTV, or dash cam footage to come forward.
Superintendent Rachel Swinney, of Brighton and Hove division, said: “I want to make it clear that we will proactively pursue those who commit criminality and harm in our city. We remain committed to working alongside our local communities in order to reduce crime and keep Brighton and Hove a safe place to live and work in”.
Anyone with information can report online or ring 101 quoting Operation Sterling.