Man in court charged with Rutland Street attack that left victim with head injuries

A man appeared in court after another man sustained head injuries in an attack on Rutland Street over the weekend.

The victim had to be treated in hospital after the attack that left him on the street on Saturday morning.

Police conducted a forensic investigation into the scene between Wellington Street and Castle Street.

A 34-year-old has now been charged with aggravated assault.

He appeared at Grimsby Magistrates Court on Monday morning.

It is believed that the two men knew each other and that there is no major threat. However, the police have promised to step up patrols on Rutland Street.

The Humberside Police closed Rutland Street in Grimsby on Saturday

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The victim’s head injuries are not life threatening.

A Humberside Police spokesman said: “A 34-year-old man was charged with grievous bodily harm and was remanded yesterday (Monday May 3rd) to appear in Grimsby Magistrates Court.

“It is reported that after an argument between two men they knew each other, a man was seriously attacked and required hospital treatment.

“The residents of the region can expect an increased visible presence in the coming weeks. Officers continue to patrol Rutland Street and the surrounding area, provide security and listen to concerns. “

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The attack occurred on the same street as one that resulted in the death of Stephen Bellamy on Saturday April 24th.

He is said to have been attacked with a garden fork.

Two men – Luke Teague, 38, from Grimsby and Stephen Beach (Scunthorpe) – have since appeared in court for murder.

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