(BIRMINGHAM, U.K.) WM Police Report: One man has been charged over a domestic stabbing leaving a woman seriously ill & teen charged with Burbury Park attack with murder #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Apr.18: Officers have arrested Elwell in Stechford shortly after the 1pm attack and last night charged him with attempted murder: The 24-year-old, from Sharps Close in Birmingham, is due to appear at the city’s magistrates court today:

Birmingham man charged over domestic stabbing: ‘Officers charged a man over a domestic stabbing that’s left a woman seriously ill in hospital & she remains in hospital with potentially life-changing injuries having suffered a stab wound to her back’

Matthew Elwell is accused of attacking the victim – a 33-year-old woman who’s known to him – at an address in Farndon Road, Birmingham, on Wednesday afternoon (14 April).

16th April 2021

Teen charged with Burbury Park attack: ‘Officers have charged a teenage boy with the attempted murder of a 14-year-old in Burbury Park on Tuesday (13 April).

15th April 2021

The 14-year-old boy was stabbed repeatedly just after 7pm at the park in Lozells. He was taken to hospital where he continues to recover from his injuries: Two 15-year-old boys were arrested yesterday on suspicion of attempted murder. One has now been charged and will appear at Birmingham Magistrates Court tomorrow (16 Apr). He cannot be named due to his age: The other has been released on bail pending further enquiries:

Superintendent Sally Simpson said: “Our investigations into the incidents on Tuesday evening are continuing at pace and this is a significant step forward: “ We understand the shock and concern that these incidents have caused residents in the area and the wider community, and I wish to stress that we are determined to route out those who continue to cause harm to others: “ We continue to appeal for anyone with information to come forward, particularly anyone who may be withholding information through a misguided sense of loyalty. We must all work together to reduce the violence we are seeing.”

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#AceNewsDesk report ……….Published: Apr.18: 2021:

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