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Boy, 16, stabbed in Johnstone as police launch attempted murder probe | UK News

A 16-year-old boy is in hospital after being stabbed in an attempted murder in Renfrewshire.

The teenager was attacked after being approached by two male youths at a bus stop across from Thorn Court in Johnstone at around 12.20pm on Wednesday.

Police Scotland said the victim was assaulted and stabbed after becoming involved in an altercation, with the force treating the incident as attempted murder.

Emergency services attended and the boy was taken to hospital, where medical staff describe his condition as stable.

The attackers fled through Thorn Court.

Both suspects are described as slim and in their mid to late-teens.

One had brown hair and was wearing a dark-coloured tracksuit top and bottoms, with the hood up or a baseball cap on.

The other suspect was wearing a light-coloured top and a bag around his chest.

The force said an 18-year-old man was arrested on Wednesday night in connection with the incident but has since been released pending further enquiries.

Officers are gathering relevant CCTV footage from the surrounding area for any additional information.

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Detective Inspector Nicky Beattie said: “At this stage the motive is unknown for this attack and a 16-year-old has been seriously injured.

“I am appealing to any members of the public who were in and around the area yesterday at the time of the incident to get in touch with us with any information, no matter how small.

“If you have any recording equipment, such as doorbell or dashcams, please check the footage as you could have images which would assist our ongoing enquiries.”

Mason Greenwood will not play for Manchester United after attempted rape charge dropped | UK News

Mason Greenwood will not play for Manchester United after an attempted rape charge against him was dropped earlier this year.

In a statement the club said: “All those involved, including Mason, recognise the difficulties with him recommencing his career at Manchester United.

“It has therefore been mutually agreed that it would be most appropriate for him to do so away from Old Trafford, and we will now work with Mason to achieve that outcome.”

The club added that after its internal investigation “the material posted online did not provide a full picture and that Mason did not commit the offences in respect of which he was originally charged”.

In 2022 a woman posted a video on social media in which she is bruised and bleeding, claiming she was attacked by the footballer.

In the video a man, said to be Greenwood, shouts at his alleged victim to “move your f****** legs up”.

The woman replies that she does not want sex.

The man responds: “I don’t give a f*** what you want, you little s***.”

The forward was charged with attempted rape, assault and controlling and coercive behaviour in October 2022. He was initially arrested in January that year.

Greenwood, 21, said: “I fully accept I made mistakes… and I take my share of responsibility”.

He has always denied any criminal charges.

Greenwood called the decision to not play for the team a “collaborative” one between Manchester United and him and his family.

However, in February 2023 the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said it had a “duty to stop the case” following the “withdrawal of key witnesses and new material that came to light”.

Those developments meant there was “no longer a realistic prospect of conviction” and led to the decision by the CPS to discontinue prosecution and drop the charges against Greenwood.

The CPS has “explained” the decision “to all parties”, it said in a statement at the time.

Last week the club said they were working “through the final stages” of their internal investigation into Greenwood, having completed the “fact-finding phase”.

Richard Arnold, Manchester United’s CEO, said the club’s investigation “sought to collate as much evidence as possible to establish facts and context”.

In an open letter to fans on Monday, he said timings had been “influenced by my desire to minimise the impact of the investigation on our men’s and women’s teams, as well as our Lionesses.”

Mr Arnold said the investigation “led us to conclude that Mason did not commit the acts he was charged with.”

He said: “While I am satisfied that Mason did not commit the acts he was charged with, Mason’s accepted that he has made mistakes which he takes responsibility for.”

Protests have been held at the start of the new season, with some fans threatening to withdraw their support for United if the club reintegrates Greenwood into the team.

Among them is well-known supporter and Countdown presenter Rachel Riley.

She said she wouldn’t be able to remain a fan if Greenwood stays at United.

John Caldwell: Three charged with terror offence over attempted murder of senior Northern Ireland police detective | UK News

Detectives investigating the shooting of a senior police detective in Northern Ireland have charged three men with possessing articles for use in terrorism.

Police said it was “in connection with the claim of responsibility made following the attack” on Detective Chief Inspector John Caldwell, who was shot several times in Omagh, Co Tyrone on 22 February.

The men, aged 23, 25 and 36, are due to appear in court on Friday.

It comes after seven men were charged with attempted murder in connection with the shooting.

DCI Caldwell, who suffered “life-changing” injuries in the attack, was released from hospital in April.

He was shot while putting balls in a car, after coaching a youth football team, in front of his young son and other children.

The senior officer made his first public appearance since the attack in May when he attended a garden party in Co Down with the King and Queen.

Blundell’s School: Teenager charged with attempted murder and GBH with intent after assaults at Tiverton school | UK News

A 16-year-old boy has been charged in connection with three alleged assaults at a school in Devon.

Two teenage boys and an adult were injured at Blundell’s School in Tiverton on Friday.

A suspect, who cannot be named for legal reasons, will be remanded to appear at Exeter Magistrates’ Court on Monday morning charged with two counts of attempted murder and one count of GBH with intent, a spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall Police said.

Officers were called to a school building at around 1am on Friday 9 June following reports of a serious assault.

The two teenage boys are both students at the independent school and remain in hospital.

One of the boys is in a critical condition and the other is in a stable but serious condition, officers said.

Their families remain with them and are receiving support from officers.

Undated general view of Blundell's School, Tiverton, Devon. A 16-year-old boy has been arrested after two students sustained multiple serious injuries at the private school. Devon and Cornwall Police were called to the site of the school, following reports of a serious assault at about 1am on Friday. Issue date: Friday June 9, 2023.
Blundell’s School in Tiverton, Devon

The man who sustained injuries is a member of staff at the school and was discharged from hospital on Friday.

Commander Superintendent Toby Davies said: “Our thoughts remain with the injured boys and their families in what must be a harrowing time for them.

“My officers are continuing to support them and the wider school community.

“We continue to fully investigate this incident and a scene guard remains in place at the school and is expected to remain there for the rest of the day.”

Officers are keen to remind the public not to speculate as to the identity of either the victims or the suspect.

Any suspect under the age of 18 is legally not allowed to be identified.

In a letter to parents and guardians, headteacher Bart Wielenga said the school is “confident” this was an isolated incident and there is “no ongoing threat or concern”.

Mr Wielenga said support is available for pupils following the incident.

Blundell's school, Tiverton, Devon
A police cordon was at the scene of the school

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The mixed school costs £41,325 a year for senior boarders and more than £28,000 annually for those in years seven and eight.

Notable former pupils at the school include Ben Collins, thought to be the face behind Top Gear’s The Stig, and reality TV star Georgia “Toff” Toffolo.

Seven men charged over attempted murder of senior police detective in Northern Ireland | UK News

Seven men have been charged over the attempted murder of a senior police detective in Northern Ireland.

Detective Chief Inspector John Caldwell was shot several times at a sports complex in Omagh, Co Tyrone, on 22 February, where he had been coaching a youth football team.

Police announced on Saturday night that seven men had been charged with attempted murder.

Two of them are also charged with membership of the IRA, and three with preparation of terrorist acts.

The statement from the Police Service of Northern Ireland says that all seven men are expected to appear before Dungannon Magistrates Court via video link on Monday.

It gives the ages of the men as 28, 28, 33, 38, 45, 47 and 72.

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DCI Caldwell, who suffered “life-changing” injuries in the attack, was released from hospital in April.

Earlier this week, he attended a garden party in Co Down with the King and Queen in his first public appearance since the attack.

Euston shooting: Man arrested on suspicion of attempted murder released on bail | UK News

A man arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following a drive-by shooting at a church has been released on bail.

The 22-year-old man was taken into custody on Sunday, but has been bailed pending further inquiries to a date in mid-February, the Metropolitan Police said.

Mourners were attending a memorial service for a young woman and her mother in Euston, central London, when they came under fire.

A 12-year-old girl and a seven-year-old girl were injured in the shooting, with the younger victim still in a serious but stable condition in hospital.

Three women, aged 21, 54 and 41, were also taken to hospital, where their injuries were assessed as non-life threatening.

However, a 48-year-old woman suffered potentially life-changing injuries, police said.

A police officer stands guard at the scene of a shooting attack that reportedly happened during a funeral at St Aloysius Church
A police officer stands guard at the scene of a shooting attack that happened during a funeral

Witnesses reported seeing people running, screaming and sheltering inside the church as shots were fired, with the priest telling Sky News it was “pandemonium”.

Superintendent Jack Rowlands described the incident as a “senseless act of violence”.

The service was a requiem Mass for Sara Sanchez, 20, and her mother, Fresia Calderon, 50, who died in November.

Mason Greenwood charged with attempted rape | UK News

Manchester United footballer Mason Greenwood has been charged with attempted rape.

Greenwood, 21, is accused of trying to rape a woman on 22 October last year.

He is also alleged to have engaged in controlling or coercive behaviour over an almost three-year period from 1 November 2018 to 15 October this year.

The footballer is further accused of assaulting a person causing them actual bodily harm between 1 and 31 December last year.

All three charges relate to the same female complainant, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said.

Janet Potter, deputy chief crown prosecutor for CPS North West, said: “The Crown Prosecution Service has today authorised Greater Manchester Police to charge Mason Greenwood, 21, with attempted rape, engaging in controlling and coercive behaviour, and assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

“Specialist rape prosecutors from CPS North West’s complex casework unit authorised the charges following a review of a file of evidence received from Greater Manchester Police.”

Greenwood pictured at an Old Trafford clash with West Ham United's Aaron Cresswell in January this year
Greenwood pictured at an Old Trafford clash with West Ham United’s Aaron Cresswell in January this year

Greenwood was arrested in the Trafford area on Saturday and has since been charged and remanded in custody, Greater Manchester Police said.

He is due to appear before magistrates in Manchester on Monday.

Greenwood was first held in January over allegations relating to a young woman after images and videos were posted online.

The forward – who has made one appearance for England – was suspended by his club from playing or training at Old Trafford within hours of the allegations surfacing.

Nike suspended and later terminated its sponsorship deal with Greenwood.

Leicester Square stabbings: Man charged with attempted murder after two police officers attacked in London | UK News

A man has been charged with attempted murder after two police officers were stabbed in central London.

Mohammed Rahman, 24, was charged with the offence in connection with an attack on a male constable who was knifed in the neck and chest in Leicester Square at 6am on Friday.

The Metropolitan Police force has also charged Rahman, of Westbourne Park Road in Notting Hill, London, with six further offences.

He faces one count of causing grievous bodily harm in connection with an attack on a female officer who was stabbed in the arm.

Relating to three other officers, Rahman has been charged with assault and two counts of threatening a person in a public place with a bladed article.

Leicester Square stabbing

He has also been charged with robbery and possession of a bladed article and will appear at Wimbledon Magistrates’ Court on Monday.

Earlier on Saturday, the Met said the female officer who suffered a stab wound to the arm had been discharged from hospital, while the male officer remained under medical supervision.

The officers who were taken to hospital – were both attached to the Met’s Central West Command Unit responsible for policing Westminster – and were carrying out routine duties.

They were not part of the wider policing operation in place following the death of the Queen.

After the incident, London mayor Sadiq Khan told Sky News it was a “reminder of the risk all our officers across the country take every day when they put on their uniform”.

Man in court charged with murder and attempted murder of his wife after firearms incident on Isle of Skye | UK News

A 39-year-old man has appeared in court charged with murder as well as the attempted murder of his wife and two other people following a series of firearm incidents in northwest Scotland.

Finlay MacDonald, from Skye, appeared at Inverness Sheriff Court on Friday and did not enter a plea.

MacDonald was committed for further examination and remanded in custody.

Officers were called to a property in the Tarskavaig area of Skye shortly before 9am on Wednesday, where a 32-year-old woman was found with serious injuries and taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Glasgow.

About half an hour later, gun shots were reported at another property about eight miles away in the Teangue area of the island, where 47-year-old John MacKinnon was pronounced dead by emergency services.

Isle of Skye victim John MacKinnon
John MacKinnon

Another man, 63, was taken to hospital and was in a “critical” condition on Thursday.

The injuries of the 32-year-old woman, named locally as Rowena MacDonald, have been described as “serious”.

Police at the scene of an incident in Tarskavaig, a crofting village on the West coast of Sleat on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Police Scotland said officers were initially called to the Tarskavaig area on Skye shortly before 9am on Wednesday after a report of a 32-year-old woman having been seriously injured at a property. She has since been taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow for treatment. Picture date: Thursday August 11, 2022.
Police at a property in Tarskavaig

A 63-year-old woman was taken to Broadford Hospital in Skye and released after treatment.

Ian Blackford, MP for Ross, Skye and Lochaber, said the events have “shocked the place to the core”.