Three men charged with attempted murder after stabbing in Nottinghamshire

Three men have appeared in court charged with attempted murder in connection with a serious stabbing in Nottinghamshire.

By Shelley Marriott
Monday, 30th November 2020, 4:26 pm
Updated Monday, 30th November 2020, 4:28 pm

A 24-year-old man was left with life-altering injuries after being stabbed in his back and face in Alfreton Road, Radford, at around 10.05pm on Thursday, November 19.

Following an investigation by Nottinghamshire Police, three men were arrested and were questioned by detectives.

Officers have now charged 24-year-old Brandon Brailsford, of Cherry Avenue, Hucknall, 22-year-old Isaiah Llwellyn, of Leopold Street, Derby, and 22-year-old Montel Rawlins, of Rees Gardens, Top Valley, with attempted murder in connection with the incident.

They will next appear at Nottingham Crown Court

They each appeared at Nottingham Magistrates' Court on November 28.

It follows the charging of 21-year-old Tyrese Baker, of Aston Drive, Bulwell, with attempted murder in connection with the stabbing.

He appeared at Nottingham Magistrates' Court and was remanded in custody.

All four men are now due to appear at Nottingham Crown Court on December 22.

Chief Superintendent Rob Griffin, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: “People have spoken to us, cooperated with us and sent us some good wishes and we thank them for that. They have also been patient because we have had scenes in places which caused some disruption. We understand people will have been anxious and concerned about these serious incidents but let me reassure you that we have acted swiftly and professionally to deal with each incident.”

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