Grimsby

Man found with craft and steak knife after Asda stabbing

A 50-year-old man charged with attempted murder has been remanded in custody to appear at Grimsby Crown Court after a hearing on Friday morning.

The hearing heard he is charged with being in possession of both a craft knife and a steak knife.

As previously reported, Colin Clarkson of Heneage Road in Grimsby attended Grimsby Magistrates Court on Friday, July 20 charged with the attempted murder of a man at the Asda supermarket on Holles Street.

Reports that a man was stabbed in the neck just outside the doors at the Asda store in Grimsby tonight.

Posted by Grimsby News and Pictures Agency. on Wednesday, 18 July 2018

The incident happened just after 5.30pm on July 18 and a second man sustained a stab wound to the neck in the incident and was taken to Diana Princess of Wales Hospital for treatment.

His injuries are not through to be life threatening, police said.

A spokesperson for Grimsby Magistrates Court told Lincolnshire Reporter Colin Clarkson appeared before Grimsby Magistrates Court on charges of attempted murder, possession of a bladed article and possession of an offensive weapon.

Colin Clarkson will appear at Grimsby Crown Court on Friday, August 31.