Man charged after stabbing in Kingsbridge

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Man charged after stabbing in Kingsbridge

A man has been charged following a stabbing in Kingsbridge last month. 

Alistair Rowe, aged 38, from Kingsbridge has been charged with Section 18 - Wounding with Intent, in connection to an incident in Kingsbridge on Monday, 21 February.

Following Rowe’s initial hearing at Plymouth Magistrates Court on 2 March, he has been held in remand until his appearance at Plymouth Crown Court, which is a pre-trial hearing, on Monday, 4 April.

Police were called to reports of a serious assault in Ebrington Street, Kingsbridge, at around 9.50pm on Monday, 21 February.

A man sustained a stab wound and was taken to hospital where his injuries were described as not life-changing or life-threatening.


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