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Radford man charged with attempted murder after stabbing victim left with serious injuries

todayJune 23, 2022

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A Nottingham man has been charged after a stabbing left a man with serious injuries. Hoshmand Fatah, 26, of Peveril Street, Radford, has been charged with attempted murder.

He appeared at Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, June 22. The charge relates to an incident in Sutton Road on Sunday, June 19 in Admaston, Telford.

Police have said a 31-year-old man suffered serious injuries in the incident and remains in a stable condition at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham. Detective Inspector Sean Brennan, of West Mercia Police, said: “Over the weekend we saw three serious incidents involving the use of knives that, understandably, have caused concern among local communities.

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“We have now charged three people in connection with each of these incidents. We would like to reassure local residents that these incidents have been investigated thoroughly over the last few days and that we are confident there is no connection between them.

“This in no way detracts from the shock and anxiety that was caused to local people but I hope the action we have taken demonstrates our commitment to ensuring that Telford remains a safe, welcoming and happy place to live and work.

“Anyone with any concerns is urged to please get in touch, we review all reports we receive.” People can contact police on their website.

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