Fight leaves victim unconscious after Nottingham city centre attack

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A victim suffered injuries to his eyebrow and lip, requiring stitches, and became unconscious in a city centre street fight. Police were called to a disturbance in St James’ Street, Nottingham at 3am on Sunday (1 May 2022).

Detectives arrested three suspects in connection with the incident. The three men were due to appear at Mansfield Magistrates’ Court today (4 May 2022).

Leshae Traynor, 25, of Brindley Road, Bilborough, has been charged with wounding with intent, affray and possession of a knife in a public place. Dominic Furniss, 25, of Skipton Circus, Bakersfield, is charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm and affray. Santinne Traynor, 26, of Park Drive, Ilkeston, has been charged with assault by beating, affray and possession of cannabis.

Read more: Arrest after reports of knife incident at Broxtowe Estate

Detective Sergeant Jon Kerry, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: “As highlighted in this instance we will continue to work relentlessly, day and night, to tackle and reduce violence on our streets.

“These kinds of offences are treated extremely seriously by the force and we will always do everything we can to quickly apprehend suspects. I am pleased we have managed to charge three suspects in relation to these allegations who now await court.”

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