Person stabbed in Portslade and man attacked with wooden stake by youths

Posted On 04 Jun 2016 at 8:40 pm

A person has been stabbed in Portslade and a man attacked with a wooden stake in a nearby park in a separate incident.

The person was taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital, in Brighton, but has since been released.

Sussex Police were unable to say today whether anyone had been arrested in connection with the incident which took place yesterday (Friday 3 June).

Police were still on the scene in St Nicholas Road 24 hours after the stabbing yesterday

Police were still on the scene in St Nicholas Road 24 hours after the stabbing yesterday

The Medical

A semi-detached house in St Nicholas Road was still cordoned off this afternoon where one neighbour said that there had been a fight and his neighbour’s front door was kicked in.

Yesterday the whole road was taped off for several hours as was the nearby St Andrew’s Road entrance to Vale Park where a man was attacked in a separate incident.

The victim spoke to youths who were interfering with tree stakes in the park and, after being verbally abused, he was attacked from behind with a large wooden stake.

The matter was reported to Sussex Police yesterday afternoon although, again, the force was unable to say today whether it had managed to find and arrest the suspects.

  1. annonymous Reply

    funny how your able to delete my comment b&h news but you arnt able to do the only thing your paid for and thats get your precious stories out there for everyone to see. it was a young man who got stabbed by another young man. something is very fishy here…very fishy.

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