Zetland FM Local News - 27th September 2023
A man has been hospitalised after a street brawl left him with a stab wound;
Two men have been charged with burglary and robbery in connection with two incidents at a property in Middlesbrough;
...and Police are reminding members of the public to hand in some stolen tablets if they should come across them.
A man has been hospitalised after a street brawl left him with a stab wound.
Officers were called to Wentworth Street in Middlesbrough on Sunday morning after reports that a group of men were involved in an altercation in the street, which involved weapons including a baseball bat.
A 21-year-old man suffered arm and hand injuries and another man, aged 44, was left with a minor stab wound to his abdomen.
Both men received treatment in hospital following the incident - although their current conditions are currently unknown.
Cleveland Police has confirmed that one man, aged 21, has been charged with threatening with a bladed article in a public place and another, aged 44, has been charged with wounding.
Both men were taken into police custody and appeared at Teesside Magistrates Court yesterday.
The force has also released an appeal for a third man, who is believed to have left the scene in a vehicle.
Two men have been charged with burglary and robbery in connection with two incidents at a property in Middlesbrough.
It was reported that items were stolen from the property on Chester Street on Sunday 17th September and Saturday 23rd September.
A 38-year-old man and a 33-year-old man were charged with burglary and robbery and they were both remanded in custody until their next court appearance.
Police are reminding members of the public to hand in some stolen tablets if they should come across them.
Around 10 blister packs of 4 Fentanyl tablets were stolen when a car was broken into on Redcar High Street in the early hours of Friday.
Officers say the medication could pose significant danger to anyone who may find and take it.
Anyone who finds it is asked to contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.