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Teenager treated for knife wound

PUBLISHED: 09:17 25 March 2010 | UPDATED: 17:10 30 June 2010

A teenager appeared in court yesterday after another teen received knife wounds and was treated at the James Paget University Hospital.

Nineteen-year-old Lee Jackson, of The Avenue in Lowestoft, has been charged with wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm after an incident in Colville Road on Mondayevening.

A teenager appeared in court yesterday after another teen received knife wounds and was treated at the James Paget University Hospital.

Nineteen-year-old Lee Jackson, of The Avenue in Lowestoft, has been charged with wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm after an incident in Colville Road on Mondayevening.

Jackson spoke only to confirm his name during the hearing at Lowestoft magistrates court, and did not enter a plea.

He was granted conditional bail and his case has been sent to Ipswich Crown Court, where he will appear for a preliminary hearing on April 1. The emergency services were called to an address in Colville Road at about 7.30pm on Monday, where a 17-year-old man, from Carlton Colville, was found with knife wounds.

He was taken to the James Paget for treatment and later released.


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