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Lowestoft: Woman charged in connection with stabbing

17:38 08 February 2014


A woman has been charged by police after a man was repeatedly stabbed in his arms and legs.

Kelly Carr, 35, was arrested yesterday afternoon after a man was found with multiple stab wounds at a property in Trafalgar Street, Lowestoft.

Police were called by the ambulance service at around 3pm on Friday, and found a 28-year-old man with wounds to his arms and legs.

He was taken to the James Paget Hospital for treatment, but has now been discharged.

Carr, of Trafalgar Street, was arrested by officers at 4.30pm and taken into custody for questioning.

She is being detained pending an appearance at Lowestoft Magistrates on Monday morning.


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