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Nine arrests following affray and stabbing

January 11, 2022
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Nine people have been arrested following reports of a stabbing. 

Officers were initially called to reports that a group of men had damaged a car in Roman Drive, Basford, after being seen wearing balaclavas and holding a machete just before 7.40pm on Monday (10 January 2022). 

Shortly after, officers received another call reporting that a man has been stabbed in the back in Stoneycroft Road, Basford. He received medical treatment for his injury, but it is not considered to be life-threatening or altering.

Police then received a further report that a group of men wearing balaclavas had tried to get into an address in Roman Drive and after arriving quickly at the scene, officers were quick to make arrests.

Two boys, aged 16 and 17, were arrested on suspicion of possessing an offensive weapon and affray. The 17-year old was also arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm. 

Four more boys, aged 16, 17, 17 and 17, as well as three men, aged 19, 21 and 22 were all also arrested on suspicion of affray and criminal damage.

Detective Sergeant Chris Berryman, from Nottinghamshire Police, said: “Thanks to quick work from officers, nine people were taken into custody following this senseless chain of events. 

“A man was left wounded and a woman was left shaken after their encounters, and we are committed to doing everything we can to understand the circumstances around the incident and bring those responsible to justice.

“This includes CCTV as well as door-to-door enquiries, and officers will be in the area and able to engage with residents and offer reassurance.

“We do, however, believe that those suspected of being involved are in some way known to each other and we are continuing to investigate and consider a number of lines of enquiry during these early stages of the investigation. 

“We would ask anyone who witnessed this, or anyone with information, CCTV or dashcam footage which could help us with our enquiries, to get in touch with us on 101 quoting incident 607 of 10  January 2021.”

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