May 6, 2021


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He was arraigned in court on charges of aggravated assault with a head injury

One person was taken to court after another was injured in an attack on Rutland Street over the weekend.

The victim sought hospital treatment following the attack on Saturday morning.

Police are conducting a forensic investigation into the incident between Wellington Street and Castle Street.

A 34-year-old man has been charged with felony criminal mischief.

He appeared in Grimsby Magistrates’ Court on Monday morning.

The two men are believed to know each other, and there is no immediate threat, but police have vowed to step up security along Rutland Street.

Hamburg police closed Rutland Street in Grimsby on Saturday

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The victim’s head injury was not life-threatening.

Spokesperson b Humberside Police He said: “The 34-year-old was arrested and charged with felony criminal mischief. Grimsby Magistrates Court Yesterday (Monday, May 3).

He is said to have been seriously injured in a dispute between two known men and is seeking medical attention.

“People in the area may see an increase in attendance in the coming weeks. Officers continue to listen to any threats, along Routland Street and the surrounding area.

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The attack took place in the same manner, and Stephen Bellamy died on Saturday, April 24.

He is thought to have been attacked by a fork in the garden.

Two people – Luke Tig, 38 from Grimsby And Stant Beach, from Sthorhorp – have since been indicted on murder charges.

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